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Full text of "The Daily Colonist (1910-08-13)"

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Colognes and Hand- 
kerchief Extracts 



Prom Frftnc« and Germany. JuBt re-' 
celved. &«« our window. 



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COAL 

HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 



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VOL, Clll,, NO, 214, 



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victoria; B. c„ Saturday, august r3,T9io 



EIGHTEEN. PAGES 



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, A .Diamond well bought is one of the. safest :and 
most practical investments. The vital require- 
ments preHminai} l" an investment of this char- 
acter is to choose a house wliose reputation io^. 
Diamond supremacy is ]iermanenth- established in 
the community. Thai h«nise in \ictoria is ])rc- 
eminently Chnllnner- <Jv Mitchell. We bu_\ direct, 
saving the middleman's profit, turning them over 
to yon at a corresponding saving. Evcr\- stone 
guaranteed. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 



Jewellers 



ioi7-Govcrnnlent Street 



POLICE REFUSE 
TO GO ON CARS 



Order Issued by Mayor of Co- 
lumbus is Disobeyed by Sev- 
eral Members of -City Police 
Force 



OTHERS TAKE DUTY 

WITH RELUCTANCE 



Mayor Takes Action Only on 
Pressure Brought to Bear 
Upon Him By City Officials 
and Business Men 



OPPOSITION LEADER 

Mr. Borden Speaks on Conservative 

Policy to Largo Moeting — Gov- 

ernnn/nt'B Insincerity 

TItlIRO, Auff. i:!. — Mr. H. L,. Boi-aen'H 
tDiii- in .\'(ivii Sciitla Is proceorllng sue- 
L'i!swfiill.v. VtiHtt'iilrty lie aildr ^ Bti ed— h^i-e 
a gulliw'l'iig: of 2,h*}-n people. ^■_, 

4VIr. Borden ruforrcd to tlic articles of 
tlie .Coivsurvutlve policy u« net I'orlli In 
tlic Hallfiix pliUforni. which ban boon 
iiixeiUoil by tlio Ijlhoral-i'imservatlvp 
party throuffhout ''anjidu iiiid still 
fitanda as lis policy. 

"Tlie oxt'olloiico -oraUeiiuUfax pltiL- 
form of 1907 wum -s" Kreat Hint our op- 
pononlH were liupelUid by force of public 
opinion to adopt f^evoral of its pro- 
visinns," he saiil. "1 do not., tnotin lliut 
llioM(it were eurrlfd out In evfry re.spoct, 
in the .iplrit or along Uio Hnes which aro 
rnrueniplalod, hut sonio prelonce of uc- 
ii(ni was numifcst-."- ' 

He reforred otep(^ctaH-^•-1^r» -thp articles 
of tlie policy calling for the reforni of 
LliP civil service, the rwrsanlzatlon of 
the railway coinnTlHssion. tho miuuiKement 
of-.tlwlnlt-rt-oloniHl railway by ii co.n- 
iHii.sfjIon, llie inception of a ny^lam-Gi-fr-^e 
rupiii mail deliveries, and the more care- 
ful selection and inspection of hnmi- 

grauts- 

The proposals contained in the^e m- 
llcles- of policy would be curried 'out in 
•true spirit when theXiberBl ("onwervn- 
tlve party Is returned i ; ■ !,r" 

stated. 

The Opposition leader tiioii. reviewed 
the KQjLemment's rlt(.'orcr;""'gn'tt~iTiftffe ^n'tt t^ _ 
clunis. 



street cars tonight to 
against .sj.rike riot era. 
At 6.4y the mayor 



FIRE MAY SWEEP 

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lining Centres m the Coeur 
d'Alene Mountains in Grave 
Danger— Escape Depends 
on Direction of Wind 7^ 



'/MR. FACI NG BOT H WAYS." 

London Express Sums Up Sir Wilfrid 

Laurier's Varying Sentiments on 

Tariff Question 



MEANS PROFIT 



LITTLE TOWN OF TAFT 

SURROUNDED BY FIRE 



Men Desperately Fighting the 
Flame s_m S e v e ra I Place s— 
Soldiers Are OrderecL From 
American Lake Camo 



COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 1-'.— xVIutlny 
of a inajorlty of, the regular police ^ j /« j- ■ 

force is tlireutened because Mayor Tenders for Canadian Navy 

Marshall ordered the men to serve orv-| — OTT.-VW.V. Aug. Jl'.— Hrtti.sh 'firms 



protect them which have a.sked to be permitted to 

see and tender for the construction of 

addressed the i ^^^'P* "^^ the Canadian navy, when the 



men, urging them lo do their duty. ' P'^ms are reaTdy are Hfirland & Wolff, 
^rly 100 of tiie 1 ^'^^''*'" *^ HuntPr, and Vlckers" Sons & 



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Maxim. Caiiadlan firms are the Pol 

-son Iron Works, Toronto; British 06- 

ItimblH Marine Works. Victoria; and 

i tho i'i>ninK-wood Shlpbulldtn>;c coni- 
I i>any. 



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Saturday Special 

B.C. Cream, Today 20 oz. Tin 

10 cents ~~^ 



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VOIR >rXD.\Y MENU SHOULD. INCLUDE SOME OF 

THESE: 

Bananas, Grapes, Pears", Crab Apples. Egg Plant, Peach- 
es, Canteloupcs, Cherries, Pineapples, Sugar Pears, Etc. . 

n< iC \ 77 iTTUMST'per basket . .■.• .^2Sc 

.M ll.K-ria) SPRING CHICKEN, .:per--:^. ,35c' 

.M 1 L K-FEU BROILE^RSi per lb*. ,..,,,.:•• ^ -v • -35^ 

K( ).\ST CHICKEN, per lb- ..,.,V**»^*''..V4i.-... . .500— 

! '( )RK SAUSAGE, per lb. . . . . . . ... . .'. 



DIXI H. ROSS & GO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Government Street 

Tels. 50, 51, 52 - - ' - - Liquor Dept. TeL 1590 



VICIORIA WAIER 
PROBLEM 




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The Man or Woman 



Who - KNO WS^-"%t»tr'^l^oe,-, vSJuF 

really is, you can rest assured, is a 

customer of ours 



McCandless Bros. & Catlicart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B, C, ^ 

Poilt JvoTy Wp Cm^^ 



The sentiment of nearly 

340 available force is to refuse* to go 

on the car.'-, iv.ii Uiuugh llicy luse 

thcU- pn.sltlull.',. 

At T.i;') o , ii.cn.i'iiri ,ri" ti., I'irce 
flatly rf'fu.-^i.l i . Miuy ,.i,i.i.... The! 
other men, who Jinally accepted Mayor i 
.Marshall's command and went on duty ; 
.uc seriously disaffected. ! 

The mutineers were not assigned to i 
other duty tonight, and Mayor ■ Mar- j 
Hh»U r^id they would be di.smissed 
from th« force. 

Until today .Mayor .MarylKdl, Itad: 
withstood preewute Ijrought to bear'by^ 
officials of , the rolumbua Hallway & 
Light Company to put officers on its 
cars. City officials and members of 
the chamber of commerce, joined in 
ijrgtng the mayor to take this step, 
and he consented, although he said 
he did not favor the plan.' 

Within a few hours this change ' of 
policy became known to the police, 
and there was widespread dissatisfac- 
tion. This reached ^a_C3ijtTiinat Ion at 
rolf-caltTtfls evening. The maJorUe- 
gan to make assignments, and those 
ii- rebellion stepi^ed out or the rank*. 

There was little ill feeling express- I Interesting ^omriientB on Victoria's ' 
ed, although one policeman took 'oiri ^^at"?!" pr.oblem, were -made toy. Mr. ! 
his helmet and asked the mayor" to ' J^^mes White, secretary of Canada's 
don It and board -It -rjtr. As reasons i ' '""stTvation commission as a result 
for their mutiny some said they had } of a trip *'hich he took over tiie 
been warned by grocers and butchers: KsQutmalt Waterworks system y»-ster- 
that, If they rode on cars they wotrid I tl^^J' in company with Mr. T. LubUe, 

t>e refused provisions. Others said' """" "' '""^ "•<i»—..."-i'" "I'l.^ 

they had belonged to imions, and 



Mr, James White, Conserva-; 
tion Expert, Talks of Esqui- 
malt System and Proposed 

-^--Seo ke Lake -Selffi m e 



others that they might Wish to join 
unions at some future time. 

After being told tliut If tiiey refused 
to obey the new order they, would be 
dismissed, two officers who had fjit 
first rebelled stepped back 'into the 
line with tlie regulars. 

The mayor said later that he had 
tnough officers to man the fifty cars 
that the company expected to operate 
tonight. 






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' manager of the waterwoijks. '.'The 
system," he stated in the course of 
conversation with tile Colonist, "ap- 
peared to be aJr~Bxcellent one, and 
there la no question of )thjr purity of 
the w ater. '1 he matter of; supply re- 
(luires a study of conservation 
ntethods. The 15.000,000 gallons 
which tvre being supplied dally to the 
B. C. Electric Railway Company for 
power purposes are not a,t present be- 
ing used for consumption. ' But I 
understand that the company is about 
to lay 20, 30 and 31 Inch steel pipe,-} 
to carry this water Into the Ksqul 



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Years agdlMamni a1most-b«caTO%i*^«yTr(5nym" 
for champagne. It is one of those bra-rixisrtliat 
enjoy a world-wide celcl as • well 



knQwn in the <Far East as it is in '4%Fi-.s 0^-Londoav 

or N>\\ York. Each succeeding year increases 

the dem;i;iM t r I In- \vinr. the importations of 

which are steadilx ;i-::i;: I'l ^ :• ,■,,■■:. '\, .■ When 
MiiViiiu'- Cii.Tnipagne \s:i ■ in:-.i i.;i'. en im .rid 

in iMii. '-(nrrcl' .•inyr,nc could hax'e anticipated — 
the- l)riiliant ;-,i';r-' \' !>■ '■ ■• ,|. .., i,f- realized .as 
a rc-nlt of thl.- !'<■■ ■ • '.i; ■ :ii c m ii.wlc. 'Hn^i- 
ne.'^'; ha> il« triiniipl'- ;i ■ w r]] a .•, .m , .ind the his- 
tnrv (-if oha!n[)agiif clirMiii- !. ihiihmj^- nvirc ImI! 
liant, than this achicvcineiu ui G. H. Mmniii <t 
Co.'s- Champagne. - Pither ^*"-T-;?ker, \N'lio!c:-;aIc 
Agents, Victoria, Vanctfuver,. N,<;liion, F. C. 



IVlayor Gaynor Passes Another 
Day Without Linfavorable 
Symptorhs Appearing— Still 
in Danger Zoine 



XEW YORK. Auf . .12<— Anbth#r rtay 
has piissed and Mayoi- daynor, shot In 
the. neck ,on Tuesday i)y James.' OalUi- 
gber, shows' no sympton^s . of blood- 
polsoning.' He continues to rest well 
at Intervals and to take nourishment 
when desired, and If the bulletins of 
the surgeons dlsgulsfi nothing his con- 
dition l(f-%favorablo toward uUimate re- 
covery. The danger of septlcae^mla Is 
riot yet passed, however,. nor la tiie pos- 
»1^114ty--»hitt'^ffi»''--ttmTy~^f) t' ft b lood ve^- 
sel has' been scraped by the bullet.. .With 
these •posHlbllUlcs ever present /he still 
is in the danger jzone and will be for 
more than a week.* j 



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IMEWS SUMMARY 

, Pngn 

1 — Fhf May .Sweep Idaho 
Towns. Police Refuse to Go 
on Cars. 

2 — Con vent I : 1 if>iit 

Speakers. ; 

•Talk To Parents on'^Ecout" 
.Movement.'^ Their Chlrf f ' 
I'n.«<pcct .Scout?. Maroii! 

Pu.HS-M<'r-.t« li-ntl' n-.'v i,„,. 

Royal Ci' i ! ; 

4— Kdltorinl 

6 — Soulal ' :■ \ i" . • ■ "1.1 i. 
6' — Now.'^ "I '!i'- ;!.v. 
7 — Local News. 
: S— fn, Wninairs l^ .'vi, 
■\S--Spori 

lO*— /i.ddli ■ •. . , I 
ll__yiews of thft. Prlnc 

Additional Sport. 
I2--Hotol ArrivjiU 
I,'?'-- Hf^t -estttt*-.-- 
14 — Marine. 
15 — Markets. 
16 — ClaasKicd Advts. 
! 17 — Mln,lng D<^'pt. 
1 18--^Davld Spencer, Ltd. 



malt and Saankh ^Tstncts. . ThTsT57- 
000,000 gallons of^"watief~r8 sufficient 
to supply a population of. IBO.OOlTpfeo 
pic. / V ___ 

. I'AVltJi r<**F<'"*<*~i^^*e <I*9lrc to^ dt>rtv^ 
the city's water supply from Sooke 
lake 1 do not wish to bo drawn Into 
any controversy on what appears to 
be rather a ticklish question hero. The 
problem of driving a live mile tunnel 
(hrough Sooke mountain is no child's 
play. Tho cost would depeiid on the 
size of the tunnel, the rate at which 
it Is driven, and the magnitude of the 
rock encountered. At a conservative 
estimate it might cost $75 per run- 
ning foot. It would have to_ba_{lclvcn 
sufficiently large to allow for supply- 
ing an Increasing population. If the 
Interior of tM tunnel were left In trie 
rough strtte it' would reduce the slip- 
ply of water' ;^vailable. It on the con- 
trary the interior was' concreted the 
cost of Its construction* would be great-' 
ly increased. ; ,. ;' s 

"I understand thatt.thn*e ts an alter- 
native i)rop'osal to bring water from 
Sooke lake by w^ay of the Sooke river, 
and thus by pipe^ obtain a gravity 
supply. This method would probably 



sr(JKANlC. Aug. 12.— Tho fate of the 
towns of Wallace, MuUan and Mun*ay, 
Idaho, for_ the next four or five days 
will deiKind largely upon the direction 
and velocity of the wind. "Siiuation 
very grave," is the report Supervisor 
Weigle made today after spending tlie 
day in personal supervision of 100 men 
who were rushed from Spokane and 
other outside points regarding Wal- 
lace. ■ 

Klres on Placer creek. Slate creek and 
I..ake creek form a Semi-circle on the 
south arid west, and while the lire is 
thee or four miles distant from Wallace 
and partially under control any shift- 
ing of the wind would drive the fighiers 
out of the trenches and a high wind 
would carry th- • >er the hill tops 
TrrtTi: -the_ jcLtX. "• ' ' , ' __ 

I'aft, Idaho, iliu Utt'lti. town In the. 

• Lir dAlene* district, with Its 200 res- 
idcnce.s, may be swept off the mnp as 
the result of 11 res which are now raging 
on the hills surrounding the hamlet. 
The flames are now eating their way 
dpwn the mountain slde.s, and It la 
feare<l the concerted efforts of a force 
of flre flgliters cannot save the place. 

Associate District , Korestbr Ciecil tO; 
day requisitioned thirty men for the 
vicinity of Medical Spring,s, Wallowa 
couti.iy, Oregon, where the few rangers 
cannot cope with the .flres, which are 

4>r4<»)^— driv e n' b y — a — strong wind. One 

hundred soldiers have been ordered 
<from the maneuvrea nt American Lake, 
Wa.ih., to the Colvllle national forest 
reservation.. Here a lire line o( 14 miles 
has been malntalnedr" but the. rangers 
are exhausted. ^ttvB* iffwnaMl^gK&vo 
been burned over. .. 

Several large ' it>aad»'-~o£j|^M»" are 
threatened. i ' 

Fires are raiding at Stanley — Pol at,, 
just east of Mount Hood, and at Deii- 
•ance , mountain. ,Both are believed to 
have bee« caused by cigarettes dropped 
by ben'y plqkfirjs. 

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' Ket6hclj Disabled 

.NEW YORK, Aug. 12.-^The Ketchel- 
Langfbrd bout scheduled for the Falr- 
tnount Athletic club on Tuesday next 
has been called off. Al. Kaufmaun 
and Langford will go ten roimds on the j 
same date. Ketchell has a sore foot 
and i|i Buffering with bolls. 

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.LCKN'DOX, Aug. 12. — 'rhe E.vpress 
(-■;ills air WillrLd Laurier "Mi---4'-nvlug 
Both Ways." ,He started witli b<;ing' 
-a free tratitr and Is now a protcotion- 
ist. • Tho F,\\ire»n says reciprocity 
w'itli the Cnitod States, which 1h ,so 
]iromiiit'nt a feature of his r>rogrttmme 
1§- not goo(J for Engl>in(l. 

Th-e KxpresB prints the, a n.swcr.s of a 
Canadian mayor to ^hr> sugK'<''<tlnii that 
the king should be crowned Kinpcrin- 
of .the Hrltisli. Mayor Geary of Toruii- 
If), says such a campaign would be 
mnxrary to. the wishes of tlie poople of 
L'auuda, and takes the opporfariity to 
reassure the Express that ther'e may 
bo"bther. links between the Dominiovi 

arid tlie lionieland than King. J, A. 

Chlshfilm, of Halifax, sees no advant- 
age in the clumge. .T. 1 1. I'rink. of St. 
Juhn, N. H.r says that ii' in tho King's 
opinion the spirit of loyalty in Can- 
ada canj4»«rii"tcnslfied by the altera- 
tion it will be ftVost arrceptably n ccivod 

rn Canada. ^ ^ 

^ — -0- — : 

Race Fight in' New York 

NEW YORK. Aug. 12.— Three white 
JDaen were shot and two perhaps fatal- 
ly wounded in a shtioting affray and 
hand-to-hand tight late tonight in the 
Douglas Club, a negro resort in West 
Twenty-Eight li .sire*'t,— -Sixty -m-eitr' 
whites and black.s. partlcipaied In the 
struggle. 




Wheat .Crop on Prairies Ex- 
pected to Realize From 20' 
to 25 Per Cent More Than 
That of Last Year 



STATEMENT MADE' 

AT BANFF MEETING 



Concessions Made by Coast 
and Mountain Millmen to 

" Lumber Dealers Ea.sLof the 
Rockies ^~~ 



.Hotelkecper IHeavU^ Fined 
NELSON, B. C, Aug. l'^— Archie 
Bremner, a hotelkeeper of Sheep 
Creek, was fined today by Magiitrate 
Bullock- Webster $300 for— selling ll/iuor. 
with out a license, or an alternative 
of nine months at hard labor. It was 
his first offence. This is the first con- 
victUm under the new act passed at 
the- last session of the legislature. 




AT BOTTLES LAKE 



Hon.. Mr. Price Eilison Says 
Spectacular -features of the 

• Park Reserve..Surpass Any- 
thijig to be Found in Rockies 



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That "the scenery fh , the Buttle'a 
LaKe Park reserve Is th^ greatest la 
British' Columbia, far surpassing Any- 
thing to be «feen in the Rookies, is the 
opinion of the Hon. Mr. Price Billson, 
Who Is now on his way back from a 
trip,' during whjcli~the topographical 
arid other features- of the new park 
teserve were thoroughly examined. 
The commissioner of lands* and the 
party who left with him expect to 
reach Victoria from Albernl this even- 
iiig. " ' • 

In a telegram addreaised to Premier 
McBrlde, the Hon. Mr. Ellison states 
that the party maHe -a successful as- 
cent of Crow.i Mountain. The task 
\\fks a dUl^icult one, and Involved many 
I liafdsfii'ps. The result ,of 'surveying 
work carried out was the continuation 
of what is known as Ralph's line to a 
distance- of 140 miles, bringing it to 
within about five miles of the fiftieth 
pjtrHtreij the area surveyed lying well 
within the park reserve. 

Mr. . Elilson states In his message 
that_^ll_the rncm*era.s)^ riie party are 
welTTnine of them beliig now return- 
ing by way of Albernl. 



VAN'COLV l^ll, Aug. 12.— That thf 
fartners of the prairie provinces ^^ilI 
ge.t from 20 to 25 per cent, more for 
their wheat crop thls"^ear than they 
did last was the statement made yes- 
terday to tlie conference of mountain 
and coast millmen and prairie lumber, 

retailers at Banff. 1 . . 

-—Thi meetlhg ia'sfe^a' Tor two dTyiT' 
starting on Wednesday. Themost im- 
portant action taken- was, .tlxe jedu Clio n 
of the price of lumber to the whoh-- 
paler.«< of the prairie by I'l per thou.saml. 
It was also agreed bylToth mountain 
and coast lumbermen that shipments to 
riralrios would consist of not more than 
25 per cent, of odd lengths. 

The official estimate presenli-.l from 
the prairie people declared tliat the. 
crop this year would amount to between- 
S5, 000, 000 and 90,000,000 bustiels, but 
tlio farmers expect to handle the crop 
at .") per cent, less than It cost Inst year, 
.-ind expect to get 15 cents more per 
bushel when they sell It. 



TRIP OF QUEEN'S OWN 

Battalion Leaves This Evening For 

England — Goes at Expense of 

Sir Henry Peilatt. 



TOUikVTO, Aug. 12. — Tomorrow 
night a provisional battalion of the 



Twenty-tive Chinese Found 
' ofi Steamship Kumeric-at 
Seattle— Had Escaped the 
Searchers at Vancouver 



SEATTLE, AUg> 12,— Twenty»-rtve 
Chinese stowaways who had eluded the 
inspectors at Vancouver. 8t G., wei'e 
captured aboard .thi^ Brltl^hi' ^teanwhlp 
Kumerlc, r^ently arrived Itrom Hting- 
kong, by the Immigration eiuthorltles 
yesterday. The Chinese had. walled off 
a room twenty feet square' under the 



'cargo of the Kumerlc. the^^iwd^ibcim /cxiiii^i^ii^^^ ^ banner one 

Catalogues, of tno^hfiw may he~oiy 



involve a lot, of sidohill worlt, which 

is an p^pensive item. Of course I am confined to this den since the stcaniahip 

not pretending to decide on the rival .j^ft china early ' In July, and plartned 

merits o( the present :esqUl^mItl,-a^!ar-:..^.,,-..^^p....-.■^ 

tcm and the proposed Bdoke^ lake renciied Poi 



Queen's Own Rifles of Canada leaves 
home, 620 strong, to take part In the 
training of the imperial forces at Alder- 
shot. The regiment will parade at the 
armories at 9 o'clock. In the evening 
It will march to the Union station and 
w ill' entra in on two apeclal Orand Trunlc 
trains. Arriving In— Mmrtreal the men 
will be entertained at luncheon by the 
«':.th Carbineers "Mount Royal.:' In their 
armories. The tents will bo all read>^ 
for the regiment to go immediately Into 
camp as soon as they' reach Levis, op- 
pcslte Quebec. Por five days they will 
wcrk hard there under Instructors of 
the permanent force, all of whose ex- 
penses Sir Henry Peilatt is bearing. 
Aboard the steamer Megantlc, .on Which 
they win sail on Saturday morning. Ati- 
guBr~20th, the men of the regiment will 
occupy the whole of the third-class ac- 
commodation, which has beten reserved. 



NANAIMO'S SHOW 



iNANAIMO, Aug. 12.— The board of 
directors of the Nanalmo Agricultural 
and HortlcultiiraP society met last 
evening to discuss matters pertaining 
to the exhibition which is to be open- 
ed here on the new show grounds, on 
September IB, 18 and 17. Delegates" 
weire appointed to attend a ineetlng to 
be held In Vancouver on August the 
17th, and 18th of representative agrl- 
culwrlsts of the province and' Albefta, 
with officials of the Canadian Pacific 
railwaywTth n x^iotv of securing cheaper 
freight, rates for the products of the 
two provinces. Alberta for jts hay, 
feed, butter, and cattle;, etc, ^hipped 
into Brltsh Columbia. ,and British Co*- 
lumbja for fruit, lumber, etc., shipped 
into Alberta. ' . . . .• 

The members ^of the local society are 
making every endeavor to itiake thri 



scheme.. That Is a question for the 
people of .the city to determine for 
themselvea."- — '' 



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M. B. A.^Convention 
OTTAlVA,— .Aug. 12,— .\ concert^id^ 
attempt to oust the present grand 
rtresidont of' the CM. B. A..- from 



ttiy4«>re — when. . — th« — Kumc fl g - 
ortland, where she Is going to 
load 'lumber. 
The Chlnamien were discovered toy "the 



authorities at Vancouver, but the Imml 
gration depaj-tment hei>e had Informa- 
tion that mor e w«re aboa rd, 'arid after 
the ca rgo 'was nearly, alK discharged 



here' Instituted a thorough search of the" 

hold of the -vessel, with the result that 

ofrioo was nipp.ed In the bud at to- j they found their quarry, hiding In th«f 

day's .session of the conve p tton, after Icramped. q tiarters In the hold of .the 

an exciting discussion, i>y a- large Vott^l vessel, in their little den, they~5t)0ked 

\ aga;uat the proposal. The" closdng of>! tlielr food; ' ate and slept. A lantern 

' the sessipn was .marked t)y repeated i used In the search was thrust Into tho 

chaerlog- f<>r---t-ho graqd p resident, ' ''Qorii. but the pol.sonous air Instantly 



Hfr&.,-M. -F.- Moi-kftt, and a pr'oi^ised 
a n 1 (■ n d mi^nt -to the- eonsfctttitlon "ma W'ng 
iiiin^r o.!;„ji— grand council ellg- 



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allst parti', ot 

is chief, Is planning a vigorous cam- 
paign through tti<- French (:nnadlnh 
settlemetft" against the..^ government's 
naval policy. As ,a starter they will 
hold eight me'^fings 1n different pi'ice.i 
on August 21. The Breakers include 

jp^L-H'-^-prevost,' — .^rnvfi'iid- -' ijavergue, 
Arthur FMante ailrt'— ^'mimeroii.s inlnor 
orstors. ^Jr Rntirnssa-hlnisMf, is not 
elated to speak at any of the niect- 
ing.s though he in behind the cam- 
paign and hKs paper; Lo Dp\'0lr, today 
contains the announcement of the 
opening movwaent. 



extinguished, the nnm./p.-;_ _ 

—'qHTe^-^teft? Jwtopft-Jialf- ■ 'clad. ' andl .some 
wcra- almost 111 from il»e lo«)g conflrie- 



le presidency, which means »msnt , and scant prpychdor of tea, rice 
bate. — J.and water, Th«y had been aboard since 

earljf Tri . July. The'y apparently had 
planned to make' no attempt jtt escape 
■imtit the vessel reached Portland. T'he 



Nationalist Party Campaign. 
iMOKTREAL. Aug. 12.^£rhe Xntion- 

w'hlch-®enrFBHurfui»n^hTimilgra.tlori„.fQrjx^^ 



imd as the Ktim e ric had been searched 
herti and at Vancouver,. theJMfct«i|t-tUfire 
would, iiaj^ei; been lax, _/. . ' 



* Afa«l<a SalmofTPiitek 

.SKVVA llD, A Inaka. .Aug.' 12.— Reports 
received here ' ' ' '' 

nion pack III • 
,Tnd alfso at Karlul\ a; 



!l ■ snl- 



tainod from A. SP^y^eln,~^^aecrota 

t he ' flSBoeiation. i mj i'dniaiiT"" 



tary of 

■fuirrn- 

s ifsts, 



Ibland. will lali far .«=! 
kge. rt is belicvrd' thajt ih 



structiona as to entries, pi-lze 
etc., purlzes being )a,wardcd fdr exhibits 
In fruits, vegetables,, field produce, 
dairy prodiu^. bread, flowers,.^ liv^ 
^tocW, line arts, laMps''w()fit,^^^''e^^^ 
lending exhibltors.^are reminded that 
entries jnust be sent to the^ secretary' 
on -or b(eft5fG~5r6nWaJ^, Sopterriiier .l2th 
by 6 p. m. Th* rule f04f closing of en- 
tries is to be strictly enforceiii-^ls 
J'earr • ■ ^ . "' 

•The RojTian ("^athplic church at Wel- 
lington, which Was been in ^disuse for 
some, titne, l.-^ to be moved Into Nar 
naimo to ttiike the tMacc for the pres- 
ent of the cHtirch destro^^^d here by 
fli'fesome weeks ago. Jeffry Planta, of 
tFjfa3I'fy.'i'i-"' Kffi'i n warded the con- 
tract for the removal of the <idlfice, 
which commenced thi.'? looming. . ^^ 

The city council is gradually aispos-' 
Ing of tlie itnmedlate difflculties with 
whitfh it was cpnfronted at the : be- 
ginnljig of the week. Any obstacles that 
There may have been as to the loca- 
tion of. tht> outfalls for the city's sew- 
erage system miw undor conatrilctlon 
have been overnftlhe, the street corh- 
mlttoe have "been able to arrange a 
settlement with the petitioners realdotit 
on the eapt Jiide of Victoria road rela- 
ttv-p to the grade whlch-tt l.s proposed 
trlct, i fri esiablish, wffh a hew cement sirtis- 
lvodlal^ 'I'hc (lispule with the contractors 



HEMY WELCOi' 
FOR SIR WILFRID 



Calgary People Turn Out .in 
Large Num"Befslo Meet the 
Premier— Receptioti" is En- 

■ tirely Non-Partisan 



CALGARYj Aug,' 12.— Thft Laurler 
special made no stops today In the run 
between Red P^er and. Calgary. 

Five, thousand people Were aWaltlng 
the premier at Calgary, where Mayor 
Jamleson presented a civic address, 
pointing out that since the premier's 
fornier visit, sixteen years ago, Calgary 
had grown In. populallon from 3,600- to 
46.000, ■ • • ,, 

d In r eplying c^ressed^hia 
appreciation', of tho welcome,^ and paid 
■ tt' trlhi i ii i S iii W; t i ha mnrv ja lpu n d e y e lo p jn c M'e 



lio aver .• Fi'rv?7*rage system also now 

lutput will . pr<iniiPf'fi aj> amicable ftdjustnient, and 
not be more than threfe-fourths of the i the threat 'of litigation has been wlth- 
usual p£^ck. \ I drawn. 



of the district, adding his hope that the 
spirit of true Canadlanism was domi- 
nant Canada, ho declared, had, the op- 
portunities to beco,me alike the lesson 
and. inspiration of the modern clyilized 
world. --^ 

The TetrebtlG& w'as carried out on a, 
mammoth scale and was entirely non- 
partisan, . among the prDmlnent„cltl«ens 
taking part being R. B. Benhe?t. Conser- 
vatlvo leader In the provincial legisla- 
ture. "A procession was fornled and "Str- 
Wllfrl^ escorted to Premier Lodge, 
where he will enjoy a much needed rest 
until tomorrow night, when he will ad- 
dress a mass meeting at the Arena, He 
alteriHod ^a public reception and lavVn 
party at tlve tiarracka trf the mounted 
police lOwtrie' evening, arid shook hands 
with hundr«d4ai|.cltl2ena anxious toudo 
hTrri hbn'o'r.T * " . . 

The Marltlrlie Province association of' 
Calgary tendered a' banquet tonight to 
E. M. Macdonald, at which that mem-,, 
ber of parliament made_an eloquent au^ 
peal for_iLnlted action by east-awl -weat.. 
in upbuilding ,and atr.engthenlng ..tlia^. 
corom6!* Country. . 



Kegros* Killed In Wreok. 
RALLIGU, N. C. Aug. 13.— A n^-irro 
«w;-8rtrlmt- -train— aa—Jthe_ Soil thern rail- 
way returning from JDurham. N •'. 
vyas tvr«ked in the Union stati n ni 
1 :S0 this morning. Several hegroi a «i.> 
dead amV^ajiymber of othera repbrtt-d 
injured. 












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VICTpRIA DAILY OOLONIST 



8aturd«y« Auguat IS, ItiO 



<^1 



Use a Hot Point Electric Iron 



Expense about 3c. per 
hoiJir; No waiting:. No 
time wasted funning fron> 
stove to board. No hot 

kiic-hon. No soot, smoke 

or dust. See this best of 
all Iri^ns here in oper- 
iiilon. 

PRICE COMPLETE $5.00. 
TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL 
TO VJCTQR.IAN9". 





B* G. Electric Railway Co., Limited 

Fort and Lan^g ley Streets. 



len of International Reputa- 
tion In Christian Work Ad- 
dress Rally t)f Endeavorers 
Assembled Here 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR DE 







JCncnvn from c'lasl to coa.st. .\ popular cigar at a in'pular pi'ice 
— made of clear iiavana. (Jii ,<ak' cvim:\ \\ liort. 

JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY. 



The Beehive, Douglas Street 

When we sa.v "Our Corset.s arc c-omfortable" wp mean it, tind wewant 
you to know it by tr>ing: them. Our customers are very aatisfled 
with them, and we should like X" make a cu.«tomfr of xmi Madam, 
also Try them 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25 and $2.50 




'- ■ \!c \va> fir-t iiitn 'lUu-fd nii.' iinglaiul iiT the 'rei^ft"^f~^"^ 
Queen Anne. bi\t it uas^-tlK' .•^anie qualit-y^ — tlic" "Pot of^Nut^ 
l>roun Ale" drank .so unsparingly of in the reigiT'6t:lS?5r5(t.Que.pn 
i'.e-^ iliat prtHluced the marv^elciu's brain.s af-thie "GGlden_.Age" 
It ua.-; .\!e t4^a4-wrcHe-thc works, of the great Shakespeare, 
doubtie^^- ab'uu such a fine malt and hviji be vera tij'e that we hai'C 
today it! 

Bass of the Dog's Head 

Brand 

This famous bottling of Read? Bros., is now ; called for Oi[>t only 
all over the United 'Kingdom ^rid' the 'Co1onie«i". but all'oA'er the ^ 
civilized worldv' JC>rder ^he Bog's-i^ead Brand of "Bass", and ' 
-Guiness" at your hotel, club or cafe. Insist that your licensed 
^^rocer supplies you with jitS finest: qf all bottliri^s. OMain?ifile__ 
in , "nifvs". anrf -^nnty. ■ s '^; ■■ >•■ ■ — '"■ ■ "/ ■''""^"\ .-. . .,.., •,__.^__.:_ 



PITIIER & LEISER 

W holes ale" A gents, "V ic tona^Tiraricou ve r an d " N cTson , B.C. 



^ i 



Men's Royal 
Shoes 

JUSTLY so CALLED 



''"'■ t'l'v arc good cnCTugh .'to_J)C_ur,rn by Royalty, and low 
i .lou-li in )>rire to meet aliildst c\-ery man's purse. 

First l^all Shipment 
Just Received 



<Jn an addrr.s.s \vhli.'li lif drlU'ered 
aat e^cniuK In the St. Andrew's Prcs- 
j byterlan (■hnri'li before the asnembly 
of the IvourVceuih aiiniuil tonventlon 
of the ("hristlaii I'lndeavor conference 
I of UrilLsh I'olumbin. on "An Ki\gli.'^h- 
j nuin'.s Idea nf What the Chrlstinu lOn- 
I dcavor Cati Do for C'anadii." I'rof. An- 
derson Scott, D.D., of famlirldKi: unl- 
\er.'^it>, KiiKland, dellRhted hl.s uudi- 
1 encc ill a maiiu'T \\hlcl\ was unmls- 
j lakablc. 

I "1 am "treiut'ndouHl> impressed witli 
I Ihe oiiportuultlcs and the i>o.s.slbilH les 
i of the ClirlHtlan FIndeavor work which 
can be done In I'annda. A.S .\ct Can- 
ada JH a nation without blnrid on her 
hands, and she ha.s paid little for her 
pri'at' Inhei-ltaru-c. LJut «lu; will not 
make the great ml.stake nf e.st.Hbll.shins 
on*' ijranch of the Chrl.stlan church as 
the n;itional ihurch of JJie cQiuitry." 

"The Ki-eat (luestlbn of the future is, 
Ifi thi.s KoluK to be a Christian popu- 
ilation?' The answer lie.s in God's 
[ liands and also in \<>ur ihauds- ln.a]l 
j of our w<irk %Yfirliave-.the Di^ inc hand 
j liehind ua.'* — ~'"'~"' 

"Part (»f the Divine lead of the fu- 
ture is a clt.v — the heavenly Jerusalem 
—that Jerusalem to ])<> established In 
... c^mada as the Jei-usaleni of old. 
"It^ls In our hnmis to handle the 
j de.-itiny of the romini? nation and the 
I chrlstiHri Kndeavor Is calculated to be 
I a means toward.s this end. Not only 
j ior:the good citizens of God, but of the 
I Kingdom of Hea\'en now vm earth Is 
! the Christian Kndeavor. the best ng- 
en*--*^! — The prosi>erlt.v„ of this part 
of the country Is apt to carr.v \\ith It 
the temptation to forget that It con 
aQtrilve by bread alone! Man Is made 
Tor eternity and foi:.;JJiJs needs the 
bread of ileaven and this can (miy i)e 
ohtalned by the study of the Divine 
word. We should all cultivate devo- 
tion and .submit to the Ideal and be 
absorbed 111 the idtal .Itself and be 
steadfast. Our duty Is to thfr Idenl and 
our,.a.mbi.tiiiH-.ahf)uld -be to ctrtne nearer 
to that ideal. - 

' "We should lejirn to commatitiT and 
to do this H is llrst necessary for iii^ 
to lea.rn to obey. The VestofTlcer 1« 
he who has best learned to. obey. Our 
everlasting deslire sliould he to build 
up a new Jerusalem in our lund." 

The Rev. W. B. Hinson, of Portland. 
Oregon, delivered one of the most 
forceful addresses of the ^conference. 
■ In the course of hla address he said. 
•'Our business, life Is to serve, to s«c 
how to best serve and to see how to 
longer serve. The unserving hobo 
stealing a ride on the truck of a car, 
and the unserving mllllouaire occu- 
pying the drawing roohi In the Pull-_ 
man car alwve lare both alike' In use- 
lessness. The unserving hot»o! and the 
unserving millionaire represent the 
dreg8_and the ociim of oVit ntodcrn c4v- 
Izatlon. , ■ 

"A selfish life is a disgraceful life 
and Unless you are living a serviceable 
nfe you are living a selfish llf«!. A 
thlrd-ivay of living There, is none. In 
4ierviceablen6«»~^-9ung peojile. you are 
cornieeting ysuF.selves ;Wl,th ' all that 
which Is most mighty and all. that Is 
best to be bad In life. I have often 
noticed' In the homes thrbughbut the 
American continent the plctiiire of Ab- 
raham . Lincoln... but 1 shall be In 
Heaven or out of Heaven before t shall 
ever see the picture of .!ohn D. Rock- 
erfeller otrvupylng a similar position, 
hanging In any hotrie, >-et John D. 
Rockefeller has more money than one 
thousand LIncolns. 

Duty is to-S«rv|». 

"Your business In life. Christian En- 
deavorers. Is to do yo.ur duty and your" 
duty In life Is tb serve. Whence came 
I, and whither, lim I going is a ■ques- 
tion which Carlyle has asked, and 
happy Is the man who acids 'Why arh 
I here;' and the unswer to this great 
(juestion is "I ara .here "because I serve," 
and ft is the motto which should be 
taken to heart l)y all yo»ng people. To 
serve Is the duty of every man In the 
world, and It Is you young people who 
1ravettiesur>r«Tie opportunity- to servBr 
Service In The, will of God Is the best 
l>o«s+lHe~8frvlr* whlith^ we can render. 
"When we are serving according to 
the Wlllof God all toll that Is called 
secular becomes 'sacred, because It Is 
done In the service of the Divine. Oh, 
I wish that we could loose' thosf two 
words, 'sacred' and 'secular,' In the 
way In which they are now applied, 
for to all ,th<>se who labor in the ser- 
vlcc of others and In the service of the 
ChrlstUlnlly all toll Is sacreil. 
"You must understand that ydu are 
1 living llle In co-operation with the Dl- 
: \ Ine. ^t Is In realizing that we are 
l.ibnrers together with the IMvlne that 
;ill toll Is sacred and all labor dlgnl- 
j li'Hl. You .can only llye the hlglrcslrHnd 
m) i>ieHt life and do the best work. by 
livluK In accord" with the will of the 
' r>l\ine. . When yoti- spccoed In doing 
' Ibis, then .voiir services Is e\'er'.astlng. 
;' "Into us there hais been piuired, the 
j rtCfumulalion of influeni'ea of the pa.=it 
I 1.000 years. Yo'n should nuuild your 
' life In the future so that; the genera-. 
1 i 'Tn a -t I) VI mi e 'wtlt-^r tnt hi mr f < 1 by Th e 
• Rood influence T)f your ilfe. 
I " The Woild owes me ajlving,' is the 
I ( ry of an idiotic fool. 'I owe the "World 
"hiT Ii\-lntr,' shmild he th§--ery of the ;en- 
' crgetic endeavorer lit C'i\flai7'~~ ~^ 
('onchidlng his able address, Dr. Hln- 
-on said that ht- had fotiri'd great 



another a specluflst In apother. Hut 
there Is a great danger in specialism 
air ifar as'the church Is concerned^.that 
is In having; one man look after one 
part of the work of the church .und 
that ulone." 

"What: u'o need IH to have ■ more 
sympathy with what the Other inun is 
(lolng. 

Higher Criticism. 

'!We read of many people who de- 
nouiu'e the hUher criticism. The reas-" 
on for thl.f is tliiil they' do not un- 
derstand the ineuning. of tile tef«w. 
Illgher-.crliii'isni only means a careful 
and lii.st(ulcal .stiuly, and It is purely 
a technical phra.sc., When w c are 
lieu ling with a iiook whicli was writ- 
ten "Jijoo yeai-K ago, we have; to con; 
siller the condiilun- uiulei-' wliich ll'WJus 
written. Tlirough the many trans- 
criptions and , t.ran.slatlnns whicti have 
licen nuide it in iinpo.-'sihle to liave the 
irieanirig: |);i,sscil on down ttirouKli tliP 
.\ ears with the exact memilne \\liii-h 
it ijoases.seil wlien it was writle.u 

"'t'lie tran.scribih«f bf old was all 
(lone by haniF from ilie Inrgescroils 
and In doin^' it jt was inevitable that 
inl.staki-s .-,liunlcl occur. To coinpai;e- 
tlie copy of Ihe pri-'ftent day produ<-- 
llon« wit.lv the nrtgiual^iroiHesi" of as 
far back a.s we can .ind see which Is 
the correct word wlilch should l>c used 
iu each place i.s known as the lower 
crIticl.Mm. Lower critic-ism liinlts ll.sclf 
only to the lowt^r work' deal Ine:' with 
the orih'in i.if the text ainl The c6hi"py^■^- 
•'*'''"^.JlL-ii><L ,l<'xt lo .iliffi'reni writers, 
Willie the litghe'r "crftlf'I.'JTn :f|p«(.M \\itli 
the higher iIioukI;!. 

■■■rii.'rr- i.s nothing to lie afraid ,of 

in thf liiglier— erft4e}smi It- d+)es not 

mean hy any lueaus: fault-fj.ndiug. 
Critiii.«rn i.s a fine art. It means ap- 
preciation. In d.-aling vvllh art, with 
literature III* a henutifu! poem the true 
poem th^p true orltlc deal.s v\ith ttie 
poem and appreyiation . of it The 

term "critlcl.sm" Is taken m a ■, ery 
loo.se and elastic way and in that lio.4' 
the fault of the mlpond-erstanding," 

Old Testament Needed Today. 

■'The Old Testament is what we still 
need and it has a living measaKi;..J.^iUir..-r.. 
ing U|)on our modern life. It Is the 
grvat'niefirTtire'ljrTTre" past and If the 
Christian church is to live up to th? 
written word it must live up to this 
literature of the past besides having 
the great living prenchers of the ijres- 
ent to draw out the great meaning. Kor 
hundreds of years .scholars have heen 
studying this work, trying to jj.et In- 
telligence out of it, aiui its highest 
meaning 'Is power. 

"In dealing with the Old testament 
we have to take into consideration 
what It meant :;,000 years ago iiiui 
what Is the present day fulfillment of 
it. The Old Teistaineiit history \vhcn 
studied carefully and intHligc:utlv ex- 
plained has its own tlioughta and be-o 
cause It is different from the New 
Testament is why we need It today. 
The difference between the Old and 
the Niiw Testament Is that the formej- 
Is nationalistic In Its deallngrs- and has 
not reached so high a state of devel- 
opment as the new which is individual- 
istic. The Old Testament demands for 
the comunlty what<»«he new demamls 
for the individual. This Is what makes 
the study of the old Testamt'nt and the 
teachings of the prophets especially 
opi)roj)rlate for a new country such ais 
this Is. — 

,: "The Old Testament shows a differ- 
ent conception "f the Divine. The 
conception there expressed Is primi- 
tive and «arro-.v and U also 8how.s 
the changing conceptions which t-akeii 
hold of the peiiple down through the 
ages. The rthl Testament is' of ever- 
lasting value becatise It shows what 
WHmd'erful things the Divine has done 
In the past and -what- the peoide of 
those times ha'V'e had t<r go through." 
Following the address of Prof. Jor- 
dan Rev. W. B. HInscou conducted n 
pa.'»to,F's conference, while. many of the 
other delegates went for ,a tally-ho 
ride through the city. AX $lx o'clock 
a buncidet wua served to the visiting 
delegate-^ In the schoolroom of the 
chiirch. ' ' 

Morning Session 

It is the intention of the Christian 
Endeavor Assoclat4on to erect In Bos- 
ton a bidlding which will serve as .the 
International head(|uarters . for the 
carrying im the work throughout the 
world. Such was the announcement 
which was made, by R. W. Coleman.at 
yesterday morning's session of the as- 
sociation In the St. Andrew's Presby- 
terian church. 

Rrltlsh '('olumbJa had pledge.! 
self to raise. $7S0T^tT r Thlsit 13Tr i 
ready been raised^ jirtd T»ver $ilhj 
pledged hy the workers of tlfla pro v- 
Irjce. Air. Coleman hoped that the en- 
tire amount would be rfeised iiefore 
the close of the prefli.nt ronvc^htlbif In 



M^. Miu-hc'i- 



(it II (-,i\ \- 



i:-;'. Lajii iviu Lined, -[''in. ' ■ ' ■ i :. . I ;.', llroKid 

,.J_i:ajid^AtuCalf,Jx^thTn JJ^i^iv ..I.e. ;.,.,. I,,i,^.l, al ' • •>• ("' 'i 
Sec them in our windows.' Prices so low-— vvcii ' 

..•; .iiiyfhing niMrc 'abourfha't.' AStep inside ami i.tllv-.ii ' \(r. 
\\ e-td«-gi^tfc:^«Ji4Jnj5how^^^^ 

They are so good they sell thismselves . 



; 



THE BAKER SHOE Cfl„ LIO 

1216 Douglas Street 



l)leasure 4n being pr>'soht at the meet 
ings ofth'e ccmveiitlbn and his otily re 
Kret i.s that he coiild ttOt,.COtt>« ■OSBfflU-I-ws.-.-x/ . ., ., --,-r-r,. . . 

"^Hnhedid. ,, •"■ •^ , AT ^ITY LOSING MATERIAL 

Afternoon Session. ^ ,; ;••-' 
.M iiii afternoon tlic Kev. A.HB. Kinig 
ciuitinu'ed his school of methods an 
Informal discussion taking place. At 
the concliiaioti of this the Rev. W. tt. 
Jordan, D.I). Queen's itplversitj', To- 
ronto, dptiveri-'d_hl3 addrefcs, on tlir- 
I • i'ern.anent \'niue of 'the Old , Tesa- 



terlal could have been used to ad- 
vantage and that too when the city Is 
paying $l.aO per yard for rtlllng. 

The engineer will rfiuke a full report 
on all such . cases. 

The Inability of the citj- to secure 
a proper supply of cement fbr con- 
crete iJk'aH referreci to by the .englnet'r 
who staled that the uiujsual demand 
nuidit upon the supidy owing to tlu^ 
building activity has cut off. tcmpor- 
arilj at least, the city stufH'l.'-'- 'I'''*' 
city will reiiuire a weekly supiily of 
SOO barrels. .'jOO for Douglas street and 
'MW for other city wcrk. The ccmcui 
company iuis InformeiJ,,. the en^'ineci; 
tluit uidesH some unfMrseeu ilifticulty 
occurs It can supply iMi „ l,tttrrelrt ■ f*»r i 
Dougla.s street on Monday next. TJils 
should ■ be, _the englliecr states, quite 
SHlisfactor.v for the time being. 

Alderman Mahle referred to the de- 
lay in completing repairs at the creo- 
sotlng plant and decUired that v\'ltii the 
shortHgc In cenuMit there wIM- also be ' 
a .shortage of blocks! lie thought a I 
qualified man. accustamed" to repairing ! 
machinery, sliouldbe placed (n charge j 
of .the repairs aiul- iioi a hum who i 
knows noLiiii,ig about sucii work. The 
city electriciiin had told him that the 
attempts being now fnade at reiJulriuK 
the jihint were .siuipl.v useles.s, the .men ■ 
not knowing what they are doiri;^. I 

Major .Vlorley admitted 'that .\ir ] 
McKacherun, in charge of the iiliiui, i 
vvlijle a giurd fHi7)enter and a compel- j 
ent Inspector of the wood bloeiss, wtis j 
no .luecliuuic^aud that'ar'q.ualiiicii nie- j 
r|ianic should be—place^d^nn kii.i.^' ■•; ; 
rhe :)l«nt. 

The. reason of the delay in making j 
repairs wa.s referred to the litv en- ; 
gine'er and the "City electrician ler ;. \ 
port. : _... J-- ; 

Tenders -for the construction of staliK 
in the. ma^^ket buiidlug and the laying 
of ctmcrete floors and also the- l-'yij"^ 
of concrete floors under the 'prelsLVt 
MtallH — wert' received — from — rtn" — fcdlow- 
Ing: Malcoljp* Jone.s, lloi;!* for the new 
-tt-,->rk — tHt4- -*ias_£Qr_ti!e concrete 'worK 
under tlie old stalls; W. A. Gleason, 
JiSye, $342; l^uny Bros,, $1830, ,$.335; 
J-.-~BrT4wwft«, -W035, $4«0; G. A. Stev- 



en. -$15S0, $290; W. F. Drysdai^ $1906, 

$ 2 6 3:-_-l£LdWH,rd , Bragg. JXliiiL- . 14 4 T : 

T-^arfltt Bro.s.. $1498, $296; J. K. Smitli. 
J1.674. $300; Alfred-Turner. $2047, $393; 
McLean Bros., ?2,443, i2I0._The tenders 
were referred to the city »»&4neer. and 
purchasing -agent. ^ .^_ 

SONS OF ENGLAND 

Supremr Lodge in Session at OttavMt'r 
Makes Provision for Provincial 
Grand Lodges 
' ' , '■ ^ - 

OTTAWA, Aug. 12.— The etupreme lodge 

.^on.« of England, d^CldeQ upon an Im- 
portant new depa.rtili'e at today's-alt- 
t)ng, when a report by the general pur- 
pose, cdmintU«fflJln._ffivQ.ro| acceding to 
Manitoba's request for the right to es- 
tablish a . provincial' -grand lodge was 
ad«jpted. The . report, which was pre-' 
I>arcd aft.cr .several conferences with 
representatives of Manitoba lodgies 
i\iipt\ the financial basis; upon- which 
Maivltiiba or any other province will be 
permitted to establish a grand lodge. 

No official announcement .was made 
as to the amount of rtnanclal assistance- 
granted to Manitoba to establish a^ 
grand Todge, bpt It Is understood thst 
five hundred dollars was voted for that 
purpose, and thai "the supreme . Icnlgo 
-Will pa .V- -ail, c l aims on "t i ie' fu n eral fuh d^ 
for a period of six months. 

After a discussion and a vote Niagara 
Kails- was Chosen as the place -where 
the supreme lodge -will meet in 1012. 



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THECORttNGOF 
SIR WitFRED LAiJRIiR 



\\ liil'o the tyranny of dress does not hold sway to any 
I .extent i>\'(.T the male clement of Victoria, yet the etir 

tc' 'of dress, as far as neatness and lastc anr conccriTcd is 

-1. ■ ■■ ■' ' 

-rcp,resented by°fH"e men of ■■nuT-rrty." — ■ — » 

Thf comin]^' of SifNVilfrid suggests ilial ue bring to no- 
mir unrixallcil. display of things necdcti b>- goud dressers 
he. reception nc.xt >\cek: 



Dress Suits, Tuxedos, Dress Vests 
in White and the Neat, New Grey 
Stripes, Dress Shirts and Neck- 
wear, Dress Gloves, Dress Sox, 
"Silk Hats, Etc. . 



While I'v'crythin'g' to,bc finniil lici'c i - tin \Try larc>t, rep- 
i-'esenting !i"t "n!\ thene-uc -^; Init ihc mo st c orrect style, yci 
prices arc exceedingly n?&dest._^Fh€ good s at£JL|l priced 
properly ior discerning purchasers. 



I Mil 



A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF AUTUMN SUITS AND 
- FALL HATS JUST TO HAND. INSPECTION 
V SOLICITED. 



» 



W.& J. WILSON 

MEN'S PURNISHERS. 
1221 Oovemment St.. and Trounce Av, 




Advertffiiig l-a to business what 
steam Is to machinery. " 

G. W. Newton 




Adverliaewentti Written and Flactd for 
AU Lines o/ Business 



Office with Angus Campbell it ro.. 
Limited. 

riione ISl', Residence 1629 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 



Phone J7 



J^. O, Box 363 



Bar 



the fclty today. Beside.'^ ^yerving .h.-J.'h-L .--'*^* ^ 
rallying place rjf,or "the" i-:"ndeavorer8 
from all over the worlrl, the birildlng 
oncf erected would be a reventie pro- 
ducer, and the ln«?ome yearly derived 
frotri such a . source would nasl^t the 
carrying on ot thfe work In future 

years. ' ' — _ ' .' ;___ _ ,• • ' 

Rev. A. K. King gave an eloquent 
nnd" earnest plea for more attention 
to the junior and intermediate 



branches oC the iv-ork. The places va- 
cated by the older meinborn of the 
church co'ul<J be only filled by those 
who' are- npw Juniors, and if they 
were nnt trained In the prppier way, 
the work of the church must neces'^ 
s^rlly Inll bolow. the standard and 
eventimlly die. . , 

Re\ . pr, Spcncfr of Vancouver tol- 
li>wed with a mosf I'lptinvlsltc half hour 
tallj on the progress of temperance 
work in British (;<*lumbla and much 
of the success he attributed to thf! 
untiring ' fr.rt.f of the W.C.T.U. work- 
ers. ' ' . • ' - ■/ ' z'~- 

D. .). .MiPhail spoke briefly hut 
pointedly on the forwftrd-^noretnent 
for the corplng year, ahd the Increase 
livme+n+>ershlp which the society hoped 



To~aTtarh. 

The remainder bf the morning, aes- 
,slnn wa.*-: lalu'Mi no with- the presenta- 
tl'ii of resolutlOttiu : 



Arcfibiahop 6durne For Cardinal 

ROME, AUg^. 12.— -The Pope recently 
eulogized Archbishop Bqurne.. '.'f West- 
minster, for establishing the British 
league of .Roman Catholic women. He 
told .Monsignor Stoner that Dr. Bourne 
is the most rncrltorlous member of the , 
church, deaervlng of the higheijt ec- 
clesiastical honors. This Is taken as 
a direct allusion to thp coming cleva- 
tlort of the archbishop to the cardln- 
alate. 

r— :— ♦- '■ ., 

A LITTLEJISTAKE 

Waterfront Walls Is th* Renerattltle 
iifcac;rsi!ri ea ^f — t;byTneB which have- ap- 
peared from the pen of Ronald KenwYfT 
In the Vancouver ProA-tncer^The foUow- 
Iflg Is the latest: ■ 1 

I've aeen some bloomfbg ni'eer mistakes 



We can supplv Just what you want In lumber, sasti and doors, 
steamed siftsh. grain fir and" the latest in front doors. Howard's 
Mush doors they are beautiful. 



a^ ' B gamed -( t iy irH ng, aw -thfl-. 

-Tsear'";"" 
the niost 



I've 



remarkable ev«nt' 
checked up In my log 
I call the case, of itateropm Jhlrty- 
V three' ' , ' * 

It 'appened on. « southern run-'-tlje line I 
Woh't disclose — 
The story never 'as been told ashore; , 
But things was free nhd easy on that 
kind of packet then; 
We'll never see sueh 'appy days ni 
more. 

W« 'ad a niggitr 'passcngei" la stateroom 

thirty-three 
■■'Oo.for some .blooming reason went 

and died. 
The skipper 'ad this bloke s.ewn up, with 

.^1 iflrebars at , 'Is feet. 

In readiness to 'cave im overside. 
The weathex It was bolstePbus; In fact. 
It blew a gale,' 
Which caused the funeral to be de- 
layedrr. '. . 

For, the sltlpper he derided that 

^ ^^wouldn't plant the coon 

Until., a g ood -fair weather cours e 'y 



Every- 
body 

g02S 

rtO 

the 




Every- 
body 
goes 
to 
the 



3rd Annuab 





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^ At SIDNEY 

■ . ' , ',-ON— . , ■ ■ ,, . 

Saturday, August 1 3th 



Loss- Tiirotmifc 



Mayor CompUims of 

■.Material From Roads Being Do-" 
livered to Private Parties 



"i^ade. 

The nig{ger brought tis trouble for we 
couldn't lose >t<li^ gate; ■ ~ 

•The winds blew 'Igh— as aWo did- the 
-. ,coon. .'■ : ,' ■ ' "■ ■ ■ .'' ■ ■' ; ' . : 
And as we shipped the water' green if 

.plainly showed'to is* - 
' That something 'M to." .'appen very 

, ■ soon. , - 

At fast- the skipper chansfed 'Is mind! and 
. KlngH (iijiJTi t)jfi.mntf>; 



.speaker >,ald thot hi^ivna' for many .'"e^''"'^ ^Vl'^f ?"^,*'' ':^"1"^"'''^- '^}}f 
' j_^ mayor stated that he had personfiMy 

iiiX£a.Ug'-*led.-ahd.:.h.ad fpu»d I h.-i t c.lly,. 



I II .loril.-in .s;!!!] that the problem Of 
the ( »ld Teslument was a problem of 
(l.TTirbpfir -interpretatloii, and thl8:al- 
tlie problem i»f almost ■ever.^■th|■ng 

•riu 

f'.ir.i I'll the pnstoratp and hard to deal 

I with tnauy young people's sort-ati 

.[.!i.nd_Af..tcx-.that hf! had been' placcsd in 

th(> prof esKor's chair, Since fhlis he had 

.•^(■t'u slatements that professors were 

1 tt dttttger0u.B, i;la»M -of--pe^f»l*v-— :- :-r2s:^ 

j " ^iit J do^not know anything In the 

I nature of theXcase why lip shpujrl l.ie 

i •■sj^.eilall,v-dan||;erous. Ills task 7« to 

j .si udy lip THe Tn c'ls "and ThcTi' a fter c^are- 

fiil stud>- to present them to his ptrplls 

II nd leni-h Iheni^the restills of his In- 

! Vest iRatlon. y^ 

j "One of the <laiigers'of the^ present 
llinr- is the spf'cinllz.at'lon which is tnk- 
I iiig iiossensioll of , the world. The 
j world I.s H'< great that We eannof take 
I ill Jill thing- nnd th>"« one ma,n be- 
I I I'tni-s II ■jierl.'ilist in one thing and 



'I'hat .1' ■•■mrn are dell(V«r4ng 

material froh) the city stVeots 

to prlvai.- jiarties, material Whitjh 
should have boeii pl.'icis'd Oh the road- 
ways where the city Is how paying 
money for filling was the statetnetl't 
made by Mayor Morley at fast night 8 



property is being given to private par 
ties without charge. lJe:'_,xcferred to 
Manchester street from which material 

Jjhad been taken to priv.ite property 

mU' n ' DYft'a-imiM (llst.-rnee a'u'ay tluT 
CJorge rH-Vinfy-was-hPtTTg-tritird-lii Dy me 
city, which vva,<) pa.\ Ing for the fUliogi 
The City englrroM- stated that this 
dumping iSn prlvaU-, — gtuunds m-. - 
npcrs?ar^■ bccfiuse there Is — no 
property on \vhi"h t" d'-poslt.' th- n 
tenia T. """. " 

- The- m!i,\nr ni.,i, .; ihat on li,.l- 
aiOc. .avenue .matcr.ial was , being 
carted to pr I \k t c pr<.ii,crtj' „ w.heu. . the. 
driver of thevvagnu had to pass ovet^ 
a spill on 111* roadwn\- whoi-e the ma- 



To<' talte a trip to stateroom thirty 
1 three. 
•Just grnli that Ktbhn>lan," was the 
order tbat-'e' siiv e. 7^"*^;: — •'-; — '-r 
' "And drop that huneh of trouble In the 
sea." 

/ ' ■■ ' , ■■' 

About' an li'mi afterwards tb«-old mAit 

wei>t. below .' ' ' , ^_^ 

To wee, the .j.ob wa« cart'led dttt trith 



Care; 
'15 looked Intff the u tatero om 
nearly thr^w n fit. . ' 
To find tU « lilthloplan still the re! 



^nd 



^'Trm-t«~al'ong •. .^i.._. — . ;,. , 

.Tolog 'im for neglect of duty, see? • 
lJut_jLt,jfie?.m.e.d^ the .mate ju^^^ 



the uiinlltcr.of .tlui^eCOtttii 
"" And"grnld>ed 'a-^tion In catdn tw*»ty— i 



i.'.giir down." 
',,,,-. ,,\,v 'e .(Uarte-il u, .,1 :,,; ,,- i,ii.-. 
Ilif wil'y the nigger fought nnd scratched 

and Idt and klckivl and s-woie 
Was like altenjcllng iit a hargulrj sale. , 

_,Tii.e....,A:<jfw. j.'«icii3i:f.d . 'x^wagii'i .1- -.i n.-. 
e'vipn feel tirg sick. 
But lis I got 'im down I 'S'l 



I . I l 'I m i I II^ I ) |l lllli M il .M wi.- 



SPLENDID. PROGRAMi;iE OF-SPORTSi 



Greasy . Pole & aby S how ' PTpers i^ninffrasis Batids". Scotch—' 
,! "*Reels Sword .Dancing 



Spcciah T r a i n 'Se rvic e — ^ 



HFare — st^dults 25c, Children 15c 



GET A' PROGRAMME 



THE^^LEASANTEST PICNIC OFTHjg-YEAR 



■Vi Hrsked me for i 
■ . . said 'e WHS 111 

" "jT\ir"'oT coil i'Sie. > ■ • 
• ■ ' ■ bli.ionilni,' iil',-:;- 



ce^ : 
♦ in. 



Tf'l thfi T,i-uth 
lived hl^ 
!•■ now ocCupii'.'' II po.si- 
ponsiblllty onflA-aald! — ■ 
een many ,ii ninH^lfalT 

I 'TiuTT rie-Vf 1 , 



^hmI body who seriously injured hi.'? prospects 
bx.t«),Uns. th©.i;rui,h, Wh^ .1. ^J*?' •* '^''^'" 
young mim I made up my mind ■ < 
llieve Was nothing In this' world thai wh - 
woi-tli a He. and I can safely, say IhRi 
much of ms' success is A\\« to litis faei 
t liH\e had scvornl employers In m\ lif"^ 
l)ut I never worked for- a man without 
winning hU !:onf|4»»*w?--'I al>^^^ lolil 
4+t4U J;ii<> ~t.ru"th, and he soon saw that 1 
■was to- betruKtPd. — It-li' one. of the lawn 
epo £iny--f-of success." — I-'mm Th« 'Bookkeeper. 

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••turtfay, Augutt 13, 1919, 



VICTORIA PAILY COLdJUST 



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THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF NEW FALL 

Fashion Craft Suits 



HAS"A1?RIVEI> 



/. 



/ Let us show you the very newest style feature for, 'the 
coming season. 

STETSON HATS IN NEW FALL STYLES ARE 

ALSO HERE 

' — ^ / 



T. B. ClITflBERTSON & CO.. Lid. 

iri4 Government Street F.A. Gowen, MatVaging Dilfi.Ctor 



TALKtOPARENIS 
ON SCOUT MOVEMENT 



K 




Fountain Syringes 
and Hot Water Bottles 



Are needed In almost every home 
almost every time there i8~7slck- 
ness. Heat generally relleveB 
pain and the most convenient 
way Is by means of a Hot "Water 
Bottle. We— have a oomplete 
Stock of Rubber Goods. All goo(i,s 
fully Kunrantecd to be as repre- 
sented. Wide range of price i 



dw from lowest to highest. 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 

Telephone 4L',"i arni 450 



1-L'S Governitient Htreet 



LLei.ut.-Geneial _ ^, . Baden-Povyell 
Wiil ■ Discuss His Favorite 
Topic at Victoria Tlieatre 
This Evening > 



If a Better Automobile Could Be 
Made for the Price, the 

McLaughlin Buicl( 

Manufacturers would endeavor to make it. As if. is, 
the McLcUi,^-]ilin I'uick Car is absolutely the best all- 
round car niade. A child can operate one. Tin's 
demonstrates tlieir supremacy. as to easy control. For 
appeaVancc and power they arc unequalled. 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

, ; . R. P. CLARK, Mgr. Z :"•.'>' - „ 

Phone 6<:)5. Broad Street. 



In spite of the tjhort time at its cfis^ 
posal the ex^cutlv^.jjf tl^^ Caijadlan 
Club has made coiiiiilete ftl'rangemonts 
f.'.r'Tfie address to he -delivered to- 
ulght ut the Victoria thoatro by 
Lieut. -General Ti. S.- S. Baden-Powell, 
and a lai'gc aUt'odance is expected to 
hear the popular Urltish soldierr-Tli? 
a(iilre.si5 will deal with the H'out rnnvc.-4^,p,pre!;,lBted. 
iijeiit and the rcsponaibilitleg of par 
ent8 In having their boy^: inifncd to i 
soldiering career. 

Speaking of this, meeting General 
Baden-l'.nvell .say.s: •'l want to ad- 
droBs those interested in the training 
of-lwys. ar»fl I partloularly do not want 
boys to attend. I should al»io.st like 
to say tluit boys will wot ttc udinitled. 
My remark.s to boys will lie given to 
the boys themselves at the imrado of 
scouts, and wlinTo on a totally illlTcr- 
ent line to my.address tu iiarenlt: and 
ethers in the evening." 

The centre of thethealix- orchestra 
.stalls, the first rows of the balcony," 
and the bo.\e.s have been reserved for 
ladies and their escorts. SeatB~have 
been provided for members of the 
Canadian Club on the stage. Scouts- 
In uniform ■■will act, as ushers, but be- 
yond those specially appointed to this 
task, the remainder of the local corps 
ai-e not evpoeted trt he present. Vocal 
items win 4}e rendered during the 
evening by well known apUsts and the 
Fifth Regiment band will probably be 
in attends^nce. 

The meeting will commence at 8.30 
p, ni. 



S.. a Canadian by birth, but now a 
resident pf Buenoa Airos. the capital of 
the Argentine. Dr. Lyneh is a much 
traveled man. He hail stayed at all the 
great hotels In London, Purls and New 
York, but none have d^peaTed to him 
In quite the same way as the Empress. 

;'The grand fQyec of the KmpresB," 
said Mr. Lynch, "Is exceedingly artis- 
tic framed on the plan which prevails 
in the Savoy, Carlton and Ritz hotels 
of London, The winter gi^rden is quite 
as good as that of the Grand hotel,, In 
Paris. The rooms are splendid and It 
is something In the nature of a revela- 
tion to find so many of them equipped 
Avith baths. In this particular the Em- 
press surpasses any of the large Kuro- 
pean hotels. The service is. very gOort. 
The appointments and fittings are on 
the I.,ondon style. The table d'hote 
leaves nothing to be desired. The re- 
ception rooms could not be better and 
they surpass those of the RIt/., Lon- 
don's ,.|)remler hotel. ■ [ 

"Thei^e Is only one improvement that 
I can Huggest In connection with the 
lOinprch'H. That is that llie tables Iit 
the tjuignidcent dining room slunild be 
equipped with candelabra. 1 think .such 
an improvement ' would be generally 



HOW ROYAL eilY 
LOST IN TAAtS 



THEIR CHIEF TO 





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Local P3trols__Barade:lQ Bea- 
con Hill Where General Sir 
Robert; Bad ffl7.Powell Will 
Address Tbenn • 



SYLVESTER'S PASTRY FLOUR 

Ir th.' i«istry n.ur If you want good'cakes. Try a sack and keep your 
hu.xband in good humqr. Per sack .- '• • • ; ,....?!. 05 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yate.st..Tei.4i3 



AN OPEN DOORWAY 



Into the Realm of Bargains tJiat'i 



The Halliday Clyde Store 



And you .will be a welcome guest, /^n enchanting array of 
^aptivatins: bargains awaits all Saturday shoppers here. 



Large Preserving Kettles, each . . , . . ." ,. . . .25<^ 

Enamel Saucepans, large, each, ....,.,. 4|,...., ... .25<^ 

Double Boilers, Si.no kind. Saturday ........... i .'..-.... •50<^ 

Dish Pans,, ."^r.oo kind, each .Gr»(^ 

Wash Basins, 35c kind, each '...... 20o- 

Galvanized Wash Tubs, each . . • . • ..i>l.00 

China Berry Sets, regular .$2.00, Mtrirrv-r^-t^^rw-ry-K^ . ■ ..*?t.00 
Copper Tea Kettles, nickle plated, regtilar $2,00, each-$1.50 
Dutch Cleaner,' Saturday, 3 cans. ...,......*.>■...,...... -S.^*^ 

Fcls Napiha Soap, Saturt4ay;'^''<;alcf!Sr--^'..rrt^r«fT*-^^ 

Dinner Sets, Sjx-cial, Saturda y Only . ; . . . .!!?<>. 25 

Food Choppers, $1.75. Saturday Sf?1.2r» 

Polished Irons, k ;.;ukt*«$*^50 ..,...;...... ' ^. ^ ^.S|?l .,15 

All Copper Boilers, Saturday >,-.7*.. ....... ..... . v"'.Wi'?I5.75 

Heavy Copper Bottom Boilers ,-i>j^. : .$1.0.5 

Flour Tins, regular, $2.00, each $ 1 .25 

Wire Clothes Lines, 50 ft. each .,.-... 1^<^ 

Fancy Dinner Plates, 6 for . . v. , . .. ...... . .25<' 

Elegant Toilet Soap. ,3 ]^\rrv- ...... . . ■. .7. ... . . . 1<)<^ 

Covered Vegetable Dishes. Si.oo.' each 50<^ 

Flour Sifters, reg-i'.'- •'(, eacli ■ ^....^.^^^^..^j,..^^^, ISf 

Collanders, regulai r.irh. .... .10<^ 

Dessert Plates, m: v. ^ l^v 10<^ 

Specials in Etoheu.i'T, W ^^.a^JV^iauL. 

Strives atiil Range '■- guods I 'i ' ' 

I-' vcrythinj; Guaranteed 

"If the Goods you should decline, 
Money back without a whine." 



i 



Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 

TINSMITHS. i3,HEET METAI, \\()KKI':KS, ETC., 
S^8 lolmsrm Streei. """ riunic .SS'^ 



Saturday, 3 p. m.^Scouts muster 
in front of Colonist office. 

4 p^. m. — Inspection of Scouts at 
neacon Hill by Sir Baden Powell. 
8:30 xL m. — Meeting under aus- 
pices, of Canadian Club, In Vic- 
toria theatre. 

After spending yesterday In visiting" 
points along the line of the E. & N. 
railroad. Sir Robert Baden-Powell, re- 
turned to ;the city last evening In pre- 
-pr^paratlon-for the programme which 
has been arntnged to take .place to- 
dav. . Very favorably impressed with 
all he saw on his jaunt Sir Robert 
will today Inspect _ Cianada's most 
westerly 'body of Boy Scouts. . "~~ 

With the scout and bugle bands In 
attendance, the general muster of the 
companies will. be made in front of the 
Colonist office at 3 p, m. The entire 
representation— 250 a^couts — ^wlll par- 
ade do*:n Yates to Governiment 
street and thence to Beacon IHIH, 
where the Initial Inspection will be 
made by the Chief Scout' at 4 p. ra. i At 
the conclusion, of the Inspection jthe 
boys will be dismissed at the hill, i 

Although it was otherwise stated. 
the meeting at the Victoria theatre 
this evening is for gro^-n-ups only. It 
Is understood that It l-s under the aus- 
l)lee« of iTie'ranaa^faii CruTr&na-ts- n'6T 
^JCOt-the Boy Scouts. Parents of coane 
are cordially Invited to attend. 

There. Is no official programme for 
^he vledtor " tomorrow, the day being 
spent at his personal will. The party 
leaves tomorrow for Vancotiver. 



Auditor Cotsworth Submits 

-Another Scathing Report to 

City ,Couricil on Conductin.; 

_. Qf.Tax Sales ■- - — — 



NEW WESTMIKSTER, Aug. 12.— 
Bitter feelings ~mTii'ke<l' lire — reatttng of 
City .A.udltor M. B. Cotsworth's report 
bn the tax sale niattoF bjffore the city 

council on WedneHday— ntgh-fc-^ — Tiw 

feeling at 'tITe~mce'-lng ran high, and 
Mr. Cotsworth at the conclusi.on of, the 
address which he delivered, after the 
reading of the report, was greeted with 
great applause ^y^The citizens ksscnr- 
bledjln the council chamber. 
...Aid; .Gllley, one of those interested, in 
the report, grew incensed at certain re- 
marks made by Mr. Cotsworth and, 
picking up hla hat left the rodm, with 
the remark: 

-:-"l will "Kot- take m-y- «e*t- *gal n wh lie 
that thing is In the council chamber;" 

i:Jcspite the efforts of h's friends, 
Mr. GlHey left the room and did iiot re- 
turn to hear the rest o( the discussion. 

The interest here In the Tna^Jter !.*( 
great, and a large crowd assembled to 
hear the most sensational civic case 
ever unearthed In this town. Mr. Cots- 
worth. after reading bis report, which 
touched on the caae in general, stated 
that he intended goit\g back to the old 
country for a short visit, but that he 
would return and see that his report 
waa fully credited by tlie people. 

As yet, no definite action has been 
taken In the matte* or no line of pro- 
cedure decided lipon, but at the next 
regular meeting of tije council the re- 
port will co m o up fo r discussion. An 
opportunity will also, be given those ac- 





Mm 



m\\ 



cuaed in the document to appear before 
the council and explain. 

Mr^ Cotsworth reflected . severely on. 
the conduct "of former civic officials In 
connection with, tax sales, pointing par- 
ticularly to ex-Mayor Keary and ex- 
Clerk Glover. He showed that . large 
sums had been lost by the city, and 
that men who' had bought land at the 
sales for less than the amount of de- 
linquent taxes had inade or could make 
.substantial profits, He' mentioned Jo- 
seph Martin, K. C., as one who T>roftte.d 
by laxity in conducting' these sales. A 
passage In his report says: 
-. "It waa wrong. If not criminal, for 
the mayor and other officials' to have 
taken advantage of the city through 
their positions for speculative pur- 
poses; OS the details recorded , on ex- 
hibit 9 prove that these were not cases 
of securing lots for their respective 
homes. — These men were pald'^f salaries 
-tjy^ thff~clty ahd there"roxe;iRei.r "Whole | 
lnteire«t_«hould haveH;>fe Q on th ^ city's ' 
l-«id«i^ ... ' ■"■ 

'•'Some ■ transactlona-alreadjr referred 
to Indicate more in the hat-Ofr« of 'graft' 
than can Tn~future be alitfw«d undcst-theL 

British flag/'.- ■ _: 

' Concluding, the auditor says: "It is 
rny reluctant duty to name ex-Mayor 
Keary' as the person mainly i*cponsl- 
ble for' the administration of these 
transactions in which he personally 
look part. He most serl'pualy violated 
his .sacred trust and oath', of office, 
which rcan; 'I ''will faithfully perform 
t><e duties of my office, and will not 
allow any pr'lvate Interest to Influence 
my conduct In public matters.' ". 



Ont3 Sraall and Starving Cat 
" Perched on High Pole Puts 
• Out Electric Lights last 
Night , - . , 



-'-=^,nri>iitaH and starving cpit that" had 
beeii pei-ched \ipon, the high lop of a 
pole for four days opposite the Thorpe 
Soda .factory, Gpyernment" street. wa» 
the7-t?«^^«9«Tof-- liifi- -5uiddeiv-4iUir4cn«!»*k-- U^^ 
the electrU: ' system In thin eily 

last nlgiit^l S and 9 p. m., but 

tlio p.o.or old c.;!!!! nine lives were of 
little use on this occasion — for It waa 
burned to a cinder. A' residexU .«f the 
(list rict. had been e.ruleavoring to rr-s- 
(Ue the cat b>- nieaii's, of n high ladder 
and li.long pol^, but _the_.cji/} tiiJnUInK 
difTerfnt, jumped frwri ti»e .pole-top to 
the trarisitii«sli>n' wire. e.nii.iing the 
vyire to fall down and »hort-circultlng 
llu" eurreiit that pa.ssed " thrriiigVi ■ It. 
the rescuer, he escaped 
hit by tht^ ilv£_wlre..and_ 
:< treat homeward. 
' ' been "peivhed * lii ■^'-thia 
:■']• lully four days and' 



I.uekily fur 
lriirn__Jt<>-ing 
i)eat a-Ii ■ 
, The ' 

;ilr,\' f'lM! ' 



ii is tliuiitrhf ri'.il It- -w*s-^hased up 
• pole l)\- sonn- ii.issing dog., ,;.«By 

,., ms of the long pole ttie kiiul-heart- 
iMi realdeht Iwid linpnl tn ronrh tht! 
cat and lower H tn tlic i.:r..iin'l, liiit 
with the above lesnll. 

It whs With great de'M'M 
rompany lotnttert^th'f' 'r • 
the break was soon ; 



th.it ttin 
M ■ 1 .' 1 ;i n cl 



EULOGIZES THE EMPRESS 



Dr. A. L. Lynch, F. R, C. S., Says the 
Local Hostelry is. Finest, in , * 
the World 



'Vinir BJanioess hotel i.s l)if Ui'.iL of 
nil the C. P. R. systen;!. I Will go 
fd'rtllT'r And-*tiy~-t4>9t- I believe it .is 
the finest hotel in the' wnrld." The 
speaker was Dr. A. L. Lynch, F. H. C. 



PREDICTS LATER 

CLOSE FOR SEASON 

Representative of Seattle Hotel Re- 
turns From Business Trip to the 
Tourist Resorts in Mountains 



That the .tourist season this year 
will be-spun ou^t several weeksi be- 
yond thfr usual time Is the- predlctldn 
of ,Lawrence Redlngto n, u C th e Hote l 
Savoy, Seattle, who arrived here yes- 
terday after ah . extended trip to. the 
i,:anad}Aii.JiifiiiD.laii» resortav-^ 

"TJjjere 'la a .«iteady flow df tourist 
traffit; westward," sa id M r . Redlngton. 
"but the mountain hotels are proving 
more of a magnet than evert arid the 
average suttiiner traveler 'is _ making 
very slow progress to thecoasr. \Vhen 
tiie rush cornw*,-- tho ugh, I t will be a 
record bEiiak«!r..^iis -fiilly-90 per centof- 
the KuHteri^ers will eoiiie right throvlgh 
to the ccmanis a wind-up to thei? Va-' 
cation trips. It 'looks as though Sep- 
tember and early October should bo 
tiannpr..rni)f}th ii .f'>r VancQuverr Vic- 
toria and'^^a".'''" 

TO~APPE*AL CASE 



Actinq Maoistrate Acquits BnxljCIl' and 

.l.lr.-vi^n of Infraction of Postal 
Regulations 



A.: , .u.ir^istj^ate C. J. Prior ac- 

fiultied Hiixter nhd Johnston of the 
I'harge of breaking a post office regu- 
lation by sending a quantity of letter.s 
for d'etlvery in Vnncbuver to the Ter- 
minal City by express and have them 
iiiailed there with the one cent stamp 
cm, by so doing' saving ar««nt per let- 
ter, yesterday. . , -.-.- ^ 

The decision of the aoling magis- 
trate, which >vasi given In.thft police 
court, in the cjksc of the post-office 
department against Haxter and .Tohns- 
ton, win be .ppc.iled. \V. ii. Langley 
wHI f»liply t" 'hf- jirtlng inngistratf to- 
nifirrnw inoriiliiK f'T a stated case, inid 
the regular l^gal iTocedure will follow. 



3rd and Last Day of 



This is the last day on which you can partake of the phe- 
nomenally reduced prices at the Rummage Sale 





ThM it the Uit 
Day of 

Rummage Sale 



Ladies' Glove 



Special Tonight 




Doe Skin and Mocha Gloves, j)iquc sewn, in black, browns, greys and bea- 
ver. Regular,Ji.25. Tonight at 8. o'clock .60^ 

Real Nappa Gloves, with red stitching'and, arrow points, ia tans only. Kej;- 
iilar, .S 1 .(X5. Toni,i!:ht at <S o'clock .^-a... ... .60^ 



36 Pairs of Ladies' Corsets, sizes 27, 28 and 29/ Regular, $T.25r~ 

Rumma^c Sale • • • • 50^ 

24 Pairs Cotton Knit Drawers, kliee length, lace trimmed. 
-Rt,'^nlar, 35c. Kunima.gLe,,Sale.. 



._«_fl.«^_!l-_«.j!_a_»_? . 



15^ 



25^ 



36 Pairs Cotton Knit Drawers, knee length, lac"e trimmed. 

Rci^ular, 75c. Runiniag'c Sale 

Ladies' Tan Lisle Gloves. Regular, 35c. Rummage Sale 
Ladies' Silk Gloves, elbow length, black and brown, sizes 5^ arul 

6- Regular, $1.00.- Rummage Sale . ,.;,,...'. .25<? 

Ladies' Silk Net Glovfes, black only, lisle i)alm. STzc:s'53^ and 

'). Regular. $1.00. Rummag-e Sale .25<^ 

Children's Socks, Tan, Chambray, Grey, lace ankles and plain 

ankles. Regular, 25c. Rummage Sale ........ . . . ... . .5^ 

36 Pairs Children's Cotton Hose, in Black, Tan anrl \\'1iit,e. 

Regular, 25c. Rummage, Sale ...... 10^ 



PARASOLS 




25 Parasols, JnJMer cerized Sateen. Regular, $1.75. Rummajj;e 

24 Silk Parasols, trimmed \vith^ chiffon frills, in Pink, Blue, Navy, Whit*;. 

Black and W'liite. Regular, $5.00. Rummage Sale . . ... .$1.75 

10 Embroidered Linen Parasols. Regular, $3.75. Rummage Sale-.. $1.75 

4 Black Silk Parasols. l^egukY, $3.75. Rummage Sale .....:.. $1.75 

16 Colored and Fancy Silk Parasols. Regular up to_ $4.25, Rummage 

Sale ...... ........ $1.75 



'5r^ 




BELTS 

Tinsel, Leather and Silk 
Belts, all colors. Regular 
.values up to 90c. Rum- 
mage Sale ....... .2^^ 

Elastic, Leather and Silk 
Belts, all colors. Reg-ular 
up to 50c. . Rummage 
Sale ........ ....10^ 

White and Colored Wash Belts, values up to 75c. Rummage Sale 25<^ 

White Wash .Belts. Regular value, 25c. Rummage Sale .10<^ 



The^taHi^f the case were that Bax- 
ter and Johnston, as agents for the 
L-lcensed Victuallers' Association, sent 
25,090 letters, on which they saved one 
cent per jetter, by express to Vancou- 
ver and other cities. for delivery there. 
Mr. Prior this morning held that as 
they had eventually been delivered at 
a post of lice there was no Ojtfence^ 
under the act. . ' "- : 

The postal department held that un- 
der the act it was an infringement of 
the regulations to send mail, matter 
any distance- other than by the post 
ofltce M'acllitles. ^Pho prosecution held 
thaf the oHerice w'aB" committed be- 
fore the rtiall matter was lodged In the 
Vanicduver. and other /provincial post 
offices,' and that the rnal posting of 
the letters did not curfe tne fault. This 
la the view that wlU/'bw presiented. to 
the higher court*X -M 4ltken appear- 
■edior the^tdefence; 7 j ~ — 

;' ""■ ""whTte wings 



City Eno»nd«r>M«k«r"'BBgge«tion But 
Streets Committee Turns 
-It Down 

— . ^..^f^:^ . , iiii nl« il ii' i -i i ' i li i f 



If the Bug^gestfoh mad* by th« -city 
engineer were adopted -by the - «ity ■ 
council Victorra would have what in 
other cities 16 termed a White Wings 
•brigade. The city engineer l?elleves 
that Uie men engaged In the. street 
cleaning wol^ks »hould be attired In 
White uniforms which would add 
greatly to their appearance and at the 
.same time make, them conspicuous ob- 
jecta in the street.s where, the traffic 
is heaviest. His recommendation waa 
,nii !■ 1 • " ■ street conimlttee last 
n[)-,.:, :. ,1 1' wa.1 laid over For' futui'e 
consideration. The' ma.vor failed to see 
the necessity of putting the present 
members of the street cleaning force 
in uniforms as they are old men and 
vnore or less lark organl/.atlon. . But 
whpn the- street cleaning force is proji- 
erlv organized and younger men are 
chuscn fvr the work then U, would be 




iVe teen goodLmaylhaivea 

Chrisliel 

biscuit; 

The quality of Christie Biscuits is 
uniform and lasting. The best of a 
nation's flour, blended scientifically — 
the purest ingredients money cdn bu/ 
the best bakers in the brightest and 
cleanest factory in Canada to better 
Christie reputation have niadc 
Christie Biscuits svipremc^— unifarm^ 
in qimlity and lasting flavor. 

Try Chrinfie WaferR — vou eon linve them snT 
flavor: Or^nfie. VanilU, Ratifia, Strawberry, 
Cocoa, Maple Kc- , Water Ice, and Imperial. 
Sold in small tins at all grocers.' 

CHRISTIE, BROWN A CO.. . LIMITED »i« 



time enough to- connlder the question 
of unlforrris. " • ■ — -. 

Thdse employees now on the street 
cleaning force presented a petition to 
the committer for moro wdges, point- 
ing to the high cost of living as a 
reason that tlielr request shoulci be 
met. 

' There proml.sed to be an nnitnated 
diseussion i.ui the nuostion of lnerea.se 
but just at that point the lights went 
out and when the illumlmition \va.<i re- 
stored the matter wAs dropjVed, helng 
left to the city engineer for report on 
the number of men employed and their 
Ijresent wages. 

: ^ 

Picnic oil Monday. 
Colfax Rehekah lodge at their regu- 



lar meeting Tue.»day evening decided 
to have tiiclr ,uQuuaL_ pltnic_"_at thA- 
Oorge park on iMonday afternoon and 
evening the 15th inat. Tho Ctmrmlt- 
tee In chnrgtvnrr TOaktnir trtl^he n-^r-- 
essary arrangements so a good time is 
assured those who attend. 



Beg FRrdon. 

Polleemaii (to ihlcf rllml'h •.- i'f' ■• 
window liy nn nn. oppletroe) ri' 

you HnirtK up that tree? 

Thief— r wn« trytnK to poi n'n apple 
or two, 

Ppnceman-- Applies In .Vprll" 

Thief— Excu.«!e nie. sir — I bail Torgot- 
ten that. 



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VICTORIA DAILY C)OIX)NIST 



Saturday! August IS, ttlO 



llbe Colontet 



Vha OotOAlat mating and rnbUshUff 

Qojnpmkx, Umitad liiaMmy. 

lail-iaiS Broad St., Tlotiona. B. a 



J. S. H. Hatuon. 



The Dailv Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 50 cents per 
month. If paid in advance; 60 cents per 
month If paid after the 10th or, eact> 

-DiflXLth. Mailed, poutpald, to any part 

of Canada, except the city or ■uburban 
districts, which are covered by our car- 
rlorB, or the United Klnifdomat the 
foUowlng rates: 

Ohe T#ar T;'::v; TTT. J5.00 

Six Months ■......■.,,. a. 50 

Three Months t, 1.2& 

r-ondon Offloe, 90 - 99 fleet Btreat. 



Saturday, AugUst 13, 1910 



THE PROVINCIAL PARK 



Mr. I'rk'O KIUkihi.. ('hin c'.'ininis- 
sloiicT of ,La»rJl!j,_.^\v,ill... .rutuFH- ^lodwy 
from his trip to Buttlo's l,alvc, which 
is t!ir <■. luriil point of the proposed 
prcn-tnfial park fo bX>"cstaV)lisliiHl 'on 
Vancouver Island. As will be si'i-n 
from Mr. Ellison's teleBfaui t^ ih. 
Premier, he has foiind tlu- rtguiii 
tivprything in point of sconlc beauty 
that was claimed for It, stirpassing 
even the finest .scenery 'of the Rock-Ung ^ 
ies. y-- 

It will be remembered that rei)f&- 
seut;Ui(ins were made to the. Premier 
ill 1 ! .iui around Camej:on_ liake 

.>:i.-h: ;,, be set apart as a park fo^- 
l. ■. > r-, 1 t oh the attention of Mr. .Mc- 
i : ■ i • ing directed to previ ous com- 
luunicaiions sent to the government 
in which the reservation of Buttle's 
iiJLalce ^md Ihe land- around It was 
strongly irrged. he took that matter 
up with his colleagues, and It was de- 



these ships atiould be l^viJLU. in .tiila 
c^iutUrju even If they cost more than 
Itiey would If built in the United 
Kingdom. We have pointed out on 
former occasions that one of the j-ea- 
Bons why the burden ,ot naval con- 
stniftlon and maintenance is not felt 
more acutely in the United Kingdom 
than it^ Ja arlae« from.th6 fact that 
the money Is substantially all paid out 
at home. A'ery little oy it goes out of 
tlie country. As the ' D(5minlon has 
been conunitted to the policy of having 
u navy of its own, we submit alt the 
s^hips ought to be built in this country, 
and if they are ever going to be, tlio 
tluie. to make a beginning is at the 
tjoglnning. 

Speaking nmre particularly or the 
proposed temlor of the Eaciulnialt .-lirm, 
\\¥ iniiy point out that not only is it' 
in the liite5?e«l of the country that one 
of the ships shall be built In this part 
of the Dominion, but also than^Ts^oT" 
the utmost importance that there 
^^llOulLl be a plant Jiere capable of mak- 
ing repairs not simply to' Canadian 
vessels but_ to those of. the Royal .\a\-.\- 
that may need -reptilrs while in .nu 
wntcr.s. 



Ji'ATd .L^M^i'e 4ntorevtitig than this is 
the announcemejU that Baron Clinton 
contemplates making Investments In 
this part of Canada. 



A Montreal despatch says that Mr. 
WilUijjn Mackenzie is in hopes of se- 
curing the Intercolonial railway. 8o 
far We fiave not heard that ho lias any^ 
designs ui)on the, (Julf stream- or the I 
canals of Mars. , I 



By, the way, what Is she to be when ' 
she conies here? Will she be H.M.SJ. j 
Rainbow or the C-N.S. Rainbow,'' bi: } 
H.M.C.S. Rainbow? We prefer the [ 
last unless we ca'n huva the tirst. 
"His Majesty's Canadian Ship" would 
nil the bill" and moan just what « 'a- 
iiiidlans want to be thovight to l)e,sup' 
plyl-ng, 




LIBERIA. 



elde d to select th e latter ar ea, which 
beltnigs ' to ' the 'feoverhment, Sliirfifer- 
ence to purchasing the oth^r area 
mentioned from its present owners, 
Therf is also no question, that the 
»'■■■-■■ I'l Buttle's l^ke Is even 

fin. i ti.iin that arou nd Cameron Lake, 
' Thi.s determination haying been 
reached, ii l.c^itne advisable, ilor th^ 
government to learn In thes ■ most 
thorough manner possible what' the- 
Buiii .s Lake district Is lik«^ in ordjBr 
that suitable plans, may be decided 
upon In respect to its utilization. Mr. 
Klllson, with his customary thorough 
way of doing things, conclticTed to -go 
.:nd see for 'himself, and so instead of 
taking a summer vacation elsewhere, 
he w'ent in to «xpl6rfi_.as thoropghly 
a.s possible in the time at his dls- 
po sal. the^jiropbsed reservation. It Is 
highly satisfactory^ to know that he 
is sr) greatr y pleased with ^wba^-he 
has seen,, and that the Provincial Park 
will be of su6h a character that it 
will attract to "it thou sands j)ryi$i,t6rs,, 
^vhen once meaJisT ofTransportatton 
Jiave been provided! ' ... 



\\i' liad a bi-lof reference to the re- 
''■•ns of the United States and Ll- 
Ijcria a few' days .a£a...^UDu.dItioas in 
that l.Iarir republic are far from satia- 
factui.. 1 lie' governme/it in .Itsplay- 
policy which look s as if the 
people ' TvFfe*=ff'eyerirng"^o conditions 
of savagery. -The "^c.orrespondent of 
the London Times says: 

L^t year the then British coftsuU 
gcnerat;"eaptaT.n rT^'allis, felt himself 
bound to lodge an energetic protest 
against orders ' officially Issued 
thi-ough the legislature to the com- 



(Vco .more we direct attention of the 
city authoi^ities to the practice of 
those in charge of the removal of gar- 
ijage, of dumping It from the scows 
a __f!l^,..hund.red yards off shore. Xot 
only does the: stuff come ashore, l/ut It 
Is oITenslvc -to , persons Sailing t^tv 

lileasure in the Inshore ^v- frters ^ ^FMa- 

oiight to be stopped. Fifteen minutes 
.-^tciraluK ,iuauiiL.take the tug with her 
^':n\\- mit whi'Tc the fyJl sweep of the 
!i'lr wiiiiM r:ivry rvei/'thing out to sea 
or ii-sc kec'i,! U in !)"■ \'-i\u-t long 
enough to render, m 



A^BATE THIS NUISANCE 

The police will have to-^y, j^at^r 
attention to the thrpnif ,<*f idler* 'who 
congregate at the - eOrfler- of- Govern- 
ment and Yates streets in. the even- 
ing. We dn-not u.se thp terra "idlers" 
Int an offensive sense; but only as 
meaning persons, .; vbq itire simply 
standing -the rp- for the sake of pass- 
ing the, time. The fact that this is the 
inoBtl Important- Jdtdppl^g place for an' 
thei . tramcairs— every, car in the city 
stopping there "and'i^oraetliiierTen or 
tweh-e at o.time— that Yates: Is aixt 
to Government street the most throng- 
ed thoroughfare til the city, and Jhat 
several vatidevllie houses— are in.-lhe- 
immediate vicinity as well as a nurii- 
her of other resorts, makes the con- 
gestion of traffic here very great at 
times under normal conditions, and'HTe?^ 
ecore.s of mto, wlko'/are ; porinttted to 
loiter there a'tJd so much to it-' that 
pedestrians are fre-qupntly compelled 
to walk in .the carriage way, which 
Is too narrow for the traffic legiti- 
mately belonging there,- ^hg proper 
remedy is for the police to -keep the 
people moving.- A few days afjter the 
< .i :ii ! uientloned this on a former 
<■■ n.i.-i. ,11, two4adIes got off .the Esqul- 
:uall anr f^nd went to take a car 
■Ya-tes,- 
yo'ing 1 
room fi 



i.. .' .■.■! I iii-li- wa: 
thrii. fieople t./ 
<;nvernmeiU ;.ir...|. When 

7..;ir-h'>'l til.- .Ill- I 1... ., 



lin<-<l 



witli 
•!i>>ut 
. 1 . 1 w n 
tiie ladii 

■/'"''' ''*■■ 'I'-'h side:iii 

their Car 

'I'hcreupoii a j)oliceman 

'reet and told them that 

■ ni,.s-trii.-i. 1 1 i6~wa|'. "Jle" 

1 iKlit of eou.r.'ie, btit', as one 



was (|iuLi 

of th«e Indies sfild^afterwrirrls 

'I the mei 



If he hafl 



niander of the Liberlan gunboat. Lark, 
who was instructed to proceed to cer- 
tain Kru towns to inilict fines upon 
them for the alleged violatio:t of "the 
majesty of our laws," and to boiabard 
them If they resisted. The Llberian^ 
troops have now returned in triumph 
from a series of operations Against 
the Kru tribes of >'ew Cess. In the 
codrse of a published report a Liber- 
lan officer attached to the expedition- 
ary force writes that "thus we de- 
vastateil the pntire New Cess coun- 
try belonging to Segree, . burning 
about 48 towns in 4:; days' time." 

According to reports, from French 
sources the '"recent fighting on the 
Cavally river in the nelghbdrhood of 
.the French lU'£m4;l©if..a^s, entirely pro- 
voked by . tlie Liberians themselves. 
The Liberlan militia b?ha\''ea~TrHtrQcr 
lously, tying up and flogging the 
wives of chiefs, violating the •wiomen 
of the tribes, and displaying in -gen- 
eral a barbarity far worse than that 
of the primitive but highly intelligent 
races they oppress. The French of- 
ficers report .that the Liborlans were 
In the end soiindly beaten, and that 
the Krus not only destroyed no Euro- 
peiin property, but actually placed a 
gtjard round the European trading 
stations to protect them and their in- 
habitants from molesitatlon during 
the fight. SiiiLeral of the Kru tribes 
are figain petitioning for either' British 
or French • protection. The Uberian 
leglslatiire seems determined, howX- 
ever, to persevere Irt its incoherent, 
policy of forcing revenue out of the 
native tribes, for whom nothing is" 
done in rtturn.' This determination, 
and the methods by which it will be 
enforced, are illustrated by the -fol- 
lowing resolution, which was adopt- 
,ed at' the last session of the Liberlan 
legislature: . 

That the secretary of the treasury 
be. and he is authorized- to negotiate 
and procure for and on, behalf of the 
reinibric, the foUowlng arms and am- 
munltVon.s of war during this, present 
year and the invoice of cost submitted 
to the legislature at thelr^ next ses- 
sion for appropriation to be made 
for same. li'or Montserrado county 
1.000, Martinl-KnUeld cai-bines. One' 
maxim automatic machine gun. For 
■frbjitler f o r ce. -I-;;^)00 Martlnl-Enflpld 
carbines. For Grand Ba.ssa county, 
500 Martinl-Enfleld carbines. Fof 
Grand Basaa comrtyTme^Tnrtxtm antis 
matlo machine .gun. For^lno^ county 
SOOMartlnl-lCnfield carbines, l One 
maxfm automatic machini- gun. -' For 
Maryland county 500 Marflni-Enfleia' 
carbines. Qne > automatic machine- 
gtm^,~VVith *Uhfrreient axnmunltlon - fbr- 
same in order to ensure tihe-safety ahd 
protection of the republic, ' 

The correspondent thinks |he sltua- 
jti&n sufWcIently serious to call for 
th^, Immediate Intervention of the 
powers,. The United— States govern- 
ment has ihtlinaieii-4tt| Willingness 
to take full Control • of " the country, 
and It is understood that Great Brit- 
ain and Pranc< •Which owns the ad- 
joining territory, are quite ready to 
have this come about, but ^bjertlona, 
which as yet are unofficial, have been 
ral.<!ed in Germany, 

Liberia, it may ilf ^11 to i^ntion, 
is an Inrilppehdent rep'abltc On the 
west coast of Africa. Its. Estimated 
areans"3'o,000 square miles, and its 
;ini.ul,-ili(in is :ihoi,f ?, 600.000, of whom 
American slaves 
ni.i lueir ae-scendanta. No white man 
is allowed to have citizens' rights ot^- 
to holA propcrtyJn^the ttourftry. Li- 
beria, wa«^ founded- in JS'iO, byia_'col- 



iu_ 



mmiu i'liinilnent ConservatiNi 
t.tie.^J;uns t ,<>»«i«v- tHuH-t^w^Hl-^-trH^ u r g e t4it^ 
adoption of a lower tariff policy upon 
Mr. Borden. It has been for some 
time evident to every one, except 
Ihoso who would no t. see it, that there 
la.-fti.igrQ Wlng''Bentlment all .Jthe jKQtld 
over for lower tariffs. We do not mean 
by this that there Is a general de- 
mafi d fo r - free trade, for such is not 
the case. The moveriient is rather one 
to give thtt consumer what Mr. Roose- 
velt has called '' a square deal.".^ We 
greatly doubt It the tariff wlU ever 
again be a political issue ln_CaQada. 



-Ml Borden ha.s began hie toflr of 
^'ova Scotia. The- brief telegraphic 
reports pf his; first speech show th:<t 
he is both constructive and crltii ii 
The tendency of Opposition speaking 
is usually to confine fheriiselvfs to We- 
ing the latter, but lt-r4«-ar-«reat mis- 
take, ancj one that Mr. Borden has 
•always caret bUy avoided. Hie On- 
tario tour was a greajt suecess, and we 
have no doubt that the same, will be 
thie case with his visit to Nova Sksotla. 
We have never had a fn^^n In Canadian 
public life more universally esteemed 
than the able leader of the ConsefVit- 
tlve party. He Is a strong map us 
wien, for he ;' K4«> iJeen able to Wlthr 
stand a n preas ttre brought by extrem- 
ists to engage In what they call an ag- 
gressive campaign, but might better be 
styled a;n offensive one; ' He gains in 
personal popularity/ and pufe^lc , cdnft- j 
d,ence~wherever he goes.^ arid is doing I 
thejuminto'-jiio^ excellent service. ; 



. Brboldyn- arist<>cnu:y is In a ferment. 
Mr. Jackjohnsori, before whose gentle 
pefsuaslohd, admlrtlfttored nOcordlng to 
the statutes of Queenaberry. in such 
case made and proviaed. the hope of 
the write race Ity mixed up .Kith the- 
ropes, whii«>-^;an-iiifaifbifl^;::t^r:«^ 
piled the metric systein to his capacity 
to arise. Is negotiating for the pur- 
chase of a home on Brooklyn ^eights, 
which is the l>eglon where the wealth 
and fasttion of that part of Gr^Miter 
New York, which lies on Long Island, 
have made thy'lr habitat. ■ A person, 
who amassed sheltels .by the *?ommon* 
place trade of making wall-paper, finds 

[t!rft80,t)00~lrome unequal to his ambi- 
tions and the minions of Mr. Johnson 
are negojLlatins for its pttrc ha se. It 
it' wtsre^ltiot for the^ aenlzena of Brook^ 
lyn Heights, there wopld be no jus- 
Ttflcation for the existence of the 
Brooklyn Blue Book. Mr. Jphhson'a 
skin may not be exactly the same c 
as, that of his prospective neighbors, 
but all dollars look alike to the man 
who has something for sale. -A near 
neighbor of Mr. Johnson will be Rev. 
Dr. HUlis, the famous expoimdet-* or 
Plymouth church) Perhaps Mr. John- 
son has thlff fact In mind, for the time 
cannot be far distant when he, too, will 
be an ex-pouhder. 



tiit'ir car 
men are 

mil" I iM,,.. 
«"iKliiiii"cs 
1 hey' can 



w;is wailiy.i. 
not allowed 

Ttant pl.'o-ci 
into st.i 
n'ie'eT ' t"i; 



publl 



tliiir,.. 
here 



glad to. be n.bl' '■■ ■ • 

v.-iriably f lievr- i,.. .. n 
In tli>' y,V';ii iiiiijiTil 
ure doubtless jtci-sons, ., 
jng the day %Tid who ;;ju.. i n, 
ijarticHlar place becaxtSB~they have got 
Into the habit' of doing so. Wo hor)e 
the police will see that thl.s nuisance 
is abat' i " ' ^ ■ 



ciulvcil; 

fs they 

' (lur- 

ii that 



pny of free negroes sent out from the 

United States by the- American Col- 

onlzfttlon -f^.-r.4T<-iry. The expectation 

n<-f,M-M pr'pulatlon of the 

Mi'-(i oiiii's would emigrate to the 

■lony wTTere -tjipy-cou-ld— eajoyl full 

i jirlvilegcs of citlsrenshlp. ^Jj^er-Hiav- 

iiiL- 1,,...,, nnrv,.,! ..ir.np In a seml-lnde- 

I" ' for, twopty-scven 

years, LUc people expressed a wish .to 

Re' r^r-oprnl;-»-rl ;!.',• 'ridQDcndcnt. ,-iiid the 

'■rWl'd 

f'""iinK. Till ., proved 

a eomulot^vfailur. 

United State..^ 1,- , .; ,,, ^,, 

''" • '' , eofonist.s 

havH.K a i.eiieti.-ial ilillucncu ppoii ' 
surroimdlng Jiative.s, tliey have 

< <u\y sipjii'. 



Our even ing uun temporary speaks of 
the "domlitatlotv of Ontario." which it 
aays has exlstTed since Cohfede.ratton. 
The ohservatloT^ is not made In a fault 
finding sense, but only to prove "TE?:*^ 
contention ,,that the East has nothing 
to, fear from th^e growth of the We^t. 
Neither has it, bttt-Wf-rlh- TWTt,^trtte^ u n - 
derstand whut Ik meanF.hy tffe' dom 
ti'atl.on of Ontario. It is -true that ,t lie 
first and sebond premiers of th e Do- 
=miB4oH-wer«-OniaT-lo -m« n, aft d w e stip~- 



CANADIAN WAR VESSELS. 

Amongrthe intending bidders for ih' 
(:onstrut:tlon;iof. the vessels of the Ca- 
i.Tfriinn N'a\M' Is the'Bt U. Marlrie Rail- 
of -Esqulmalt^-Thece' are 
twn otiK'i pri'spectlve CnnadlanMd- 
ders, the I'ol«on Ironworks, f)f ,Tonon- 
to; and tho ColUngwood Shipbuildliig 
onnipany. VVo think the. general do-, 
she of the people of Canada te thtit 



pose It la quite true thjitt., during -the. 
regime nf Mr. Itfadkeh.Ki6'' Ontario 
ideas had full flwa.v. But neither In 
the fi rst or 8''('onc| ministries- of Sir i 
JfTFTn Macdonaiii was this the case. The 
prf?sencci.af such men as -Sir George 
C'artier,, Slif, .il.ector li^ngevln, Plr.J 
Charles Topper and Sir LeOnarTf Tll- 
Ipy In.'hls ciblnefs matle, "-them very 
rcpresentfltlve of the whqle Dom'wion 
and precliidpa • the .T)osslh\lity~'^ 
.'inythin'g Ui<e th* .domlnatiort.' of 
tlfJy'*1Tii^!'^fivThce. .It 
Opposition used t 
1 1 tries ab- 



s true.: Ihyt the 
fjVlk a great denl^al, 
dopilhaflbn," hutJ 



qwiteifevrt'iontrary.rjDffect. 

•GO(V Hltll;i fl- niil.MU nP'^U 



t)-, -T ■■. 

I' 

S rot la a I 

fl'- 'III I Mil 



•ur 



■iii.v ren ! 
Conserv 



-in(l for 

-, i!r."r»s~ 



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4ru'.-ng the visitors orj the-jvay to 
the West Is a gentleman, who holds 
one of >the- oldcsi iiti,..i in tin., i nited 
Kingdom. His name is Charles John 
Robert Mepburn^Stunrt P'orbes-Ti'efu- 
plB, and his title is Baron Clinton. His 
first ancestor to hold the title lived In 
li1>&,— amd Was created a' baron by Ed- 



1)1 



I.ih 



il 



riKiit-hiiml II 

It can hardly ' - ' 

dominated Canada" si i 

regfmp IJegori, for that r>i'o\-ince has,,, 

limtnr consistently Cotiservatlve. So far 

from Ontario dominating Canada it 

has alwa.ys. seemed jLo us that £0^. so [ 

great and wealthy a- pr<i*1nc"e Itir^fj'- 

riuene'e wan iriueh lewa than il miglit 
reasonably have been. i 



'r.iii'j 11 a- 



.The cal'l; W'e' have "Tecenfly; made for coinp-ari-son-s in value 
wi^li vrni ciiuKl hear the various. comments made l)_v those who are/viMluii 
tomers arc .stern critics, !)iit wc have not known a sinj.;lo instance w !h-i r 
IltO!I[-ST vahies al the .I,()\\'I-ST price/ -.-»-■:. 

I'lii- 1- i'iil\ the 13th of the month, and tliose who have not coiiip:!: 



iocn 

h:i . 



;ill -, W rl'i 



111' •111 h 



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1 11 r 


entire 


satisfaot 


ion. 


We 


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any 


of 


otir 


visitors 


and 


cus- 


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1 11 


lal 


we 


do not 


.-ive 


the 



!! \ ,t.i:e~ \\ iMi 



|>ric-i--." ^tillhave lots of 



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Iri.l 

SllOVVlIl}.,' 

'Table Cloths, 72 x 72 iu, $3.25 to 
Table Cloths, 72 x 90 in. «f4.oo to 
Table Cloths, 72 x 108 in. 
Table Cloths, 90 x 90 in. 



Dainty White Tabic Linens 

i:r kimun ti^ lu- tlu lu-.! vscariiiL', .ind ilu- 1 . i --l i|ualil y that it is'pos^b-le tO buy. We niaice'a' 




;::..^.50 

^3.00 

At ^<>-^o_ 

\t ^6.30 



Table Cloths, 72 X J44 inr'-At 

Table Cloths, 99 x'lr^ii ifi. At 

Table-Cloths, 90 x 163 m. . At 

^abte Napkins, at per clpz., frofn .<?9.oo to 



...$8.00 

?T0.50 

.$12.00 

riT^i.oo 



Sets ot Table 
Linen 



Consisting of i tablecloth, 66x84 an^T i dozen 



ft, 4 • • «,-•.» ,1 



Consisting of i dozen naplcins 19x191 and i ta 

The set .... 




napkins 20x20 
?9.50 

.$7.50 



LIKE 

PUTTING 

AN 



J56jd34 and i,jQzwi natpRins i8'/^ 



t . f.', i.f ♦....tjj.j.. ,_•_*.. 



Consistirii 

Consisting of i tablecloth 68x86 and 1 dofeiF napkin s.^t-xat 
Set .......;;.. $11.50 






Lace Curtains 

Priced From 75c Per Pair 

Our- popularity in this department has given us a' reputa- 
tion envied by many." W^ display an^ immense line of stylisli 
Curtains in— - 

Nottmg^ham, Irish Pointritalian Filet, 

Swiss Appli(iiie, Battenberg, English 
,_ Novelty, Sundour Madras, Bonne 
Femme, " Ariston " Lace 





Rom 

INTO YOUR' 
HOUSE 



The Ideal Tourists' Store 

''T^OURISTS and visitors to this city will find thi^ an- ideal store in which 
L to spend a few minutes— and' that's all you are asked to spend here, for 
you are welcome to come and "look" to your heart's content, and there's not 
the slightest obligatioii to purchase.' 

Hundreds of imported souvenir pieces are waiting for you — dainty china 
things from British and foreign makers. These are things you doxi'4;Jind in 
your honie town. — — > > ■• 

Then the British productions In draperies and such lines will) interest 
eA^ery visiting homekeeper. It's the: fintest, display in the West. -_. / 

Come in andlflve a look around. 



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PRISCILLA RUGS , 

Made of. the unbleached muslin, dyed. 
in fast <jplofs— wa.'^hablc. These rugs 
are wov^in "hit and niiss" designs, \v>ith 
jiain or^Vhite colorar- Excellent for 

hedr' H)m.>4. ■ - — . 

Si, . 30 in. . ., .. .$2.75 



Si?.e 4 .X;7/4te- 
Size 8 X 10 ft7 
Si/.e 9 X 12 ft. 



'- # ■ "» '■ » ' ' ■'*' - > " rV *' - ' 



. . .SB.OO 
$17.00 
$22.50 



The "Ragstylc" 
most popular in the 
polished floors they Croat 

FIRESIDE RUGS 
.The fireside rug/ is one" of the l.-itcst' 
styles, in the Old'Colonial 'hit oi miss" 
effects. A dozen or more d 
-On why e and. green warps. 
for fireside Tise. , — , 

60 in. 



Rugs arc built lo stand almost unlimited wear. 

canip. lull many strew thcni round the house,. 

a feelintj', of casC; ' ■ 



They, are 
Upon un- 



cir oft eels 
I'xccllent 



Si2e-4-x.7 ftc^^r 
Size 8 X 10. ft; . . 
Size 9x12 ft. , . 



$2.00 

. $X50 

$12.00 

$16.00 



COLONIAL POSTER RUGS"' — 

One of the most, attractive ^styles. 
Poster effect. '^ . ^ , 

Size >x6 ft $4.50 

, v'^ize 6 X 9 ft. .$14.00 

Size 9 xij ft. ..:.:... .■$27.50 



-MARTHA WASHINGTON RUGS 

Ideal fQi:_hcdrQQmus:e*.,.„^i™l^ 

Size 27 X 54in., . '.[..'. . . $3.00 

Size 3 X 6 ft. ...... , . .. .•..,. . .1, $5,00 



Artistic 




A.sh Trays, Paper Weights, Umbrella Stands, Tollacco Jarfi.Elowcr Hoiders, Nut Trays, 

}' :.-■ -..: ',.•■-■'■ '^'•"r^''::^'••"^^-As h Holders, Lily Trays, JarcUnicrcs , 

Tobacco- Tars.-a .splfendid' a.ssortment of thes^at$i.oo to 65^ 

Nut TrSyg" al^ each .............. 

f^yHaiging Flo wef JBots a t ... . .... . . . , .... 



Vases, with ■mia'rinfryicfVi'* decbrationiis, at'"$lr^a5., 1^^. . . •75< 
Vases, hv^ choici? i4f Styles 'aiid decorationp, at^,f3fi to SOifS' 

Ash Holder sy t c»t>q t^rS ' ty1r: a t ; . . 

Ash Trays, ht ^jgc; a«d . . . .,.■. . •,•.•.—'- • ■ - - 

rai'Ci Weights a1. e^<-h , . . . . .TfW^fi"-!^^^ 



25^ 



Flower, Hqlderfe. at, each 
,.;Lily- TV^ys. at.' cacsjii;, :Jf.; 
■='U'rribrella St^rtds ffnfii 



.tu-_. 



......^50^ 

35<* 

... $1,00, 
. . . . . .$6.50^ 



Use the 

Ladies' Re si 

Room 




Just Try 

Sliopr>HKi by 
Mail 



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taturdiiy, Auguit 13, 1910 



4t 13, 



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VICTORIA DAILY JDOLONIST 



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If It's From the 

Montelius Piano 
House 

It'i a Good One 
Th« Kranich & Bach, 
Broadwood^ Bell, Haines 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace jt|ie studios and par- 
lors oT the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. 

, Any )f the al)ove names 
on the fall board of your 
piano is not only a Guaran- 
tee of its intrinsic Value 
wherever you may go, but 
enhances your taste and 
judgment in the estima.tion 
of your friends. 

Sold Only by 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 

Curner Fort Td. .(4 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



SOCIAL ANpjPERSONAL 

Mlas Berwey. of MacUod. Alberta, 
leaven for home on Thurad4y. 

• * « 

Mr. and Mr«. Devlin have removed 
from Richmond road to Fern atreet. 

Mr. Mr. J, E. Youngr left yeaterday 
on a bustneaa trip to Monireal. 

• * * 

Hon. William Templeman left laat 
night on the Charmer for Vancouver. 

•■■■-■•■• • 
The MlsBea McCuUough left yealer- 
day on a holiday trip to Bantt, 

■ • • .♦ 

Mr. William Dltchburn left laat 

night on a trip to Vancouver. 

• • • 

) ■ \ 

^jl^A Rummer is back in town 
after a"hollday trip to Vancouver. 

D. Rankine Dawwon left last night 
for Vancouver and the li«i^. 

« « V 

Miss Irene Black left on Monday for 
Tacoma. 

Masters Lewis and Harry Smith are 
spending their holidays at Cubble Hill. 

Mrs. V^'. R. Dockrlll, Chemalnus. Is 
slaying at the Empress. 



Miss Elsie Bland returned to 

turia on M6nda'yT~rr. ..-.:_*:. / 



Vic- 



Mrs. H; W. Graves and little daugh- 
ter leave Sunday for Seattle on a 

fiirinlghfs holiday. 

^^., _ . .._ . •_. * _ * ' 

Angus Plewes was among the pas- 
sengers on the Venture tor the north 

yesterday. 

« « « 

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Austen, of Van- 



a three months' trip to Portland ahd 

Seattle. 

• « • 

Mr. Clareiie* Wtiaon left last night) 
via the Makura on a trip around the | 
world. He will be gone aboxit five 
months. 



i^ouver, hav( 
:r>huvvnigan. 



gone on a visit 



to 




CnrlB, Puffi, Brald« and 

Tr»n«fonnatlon» In all 

Styles Rt 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 

'Phon» 1175 Dourlas St. 



-T H E- 



[ 



Real Lace Shop 

Honiton lace, as supplied to 
H. M. Tho Queen Mother. 



1214. Broad St. 



.Mr. anh Mrs. U. T. (jili>ui, of Van- 
i-oiiviT, luivf been at Sliawniean lake 
.jii a short holiday. 

.Mrs. Carroll, of Vancouver, with 
lior two suns. Is si)endiiis a holiday 
at t^havvnlKan lake. 

.Mrs. J. M. \\'lutn.'\ i.s 111 \ancouver 
irim Victoria to spend some time in 

visiting friends of N'uncouvor. 

. « « « 

J^ss Florence McConnt-il Im spend- 
ing a holiday uuli Mrs li \\ Pow.ell 
at Duncans. 

• • • 

.Mr. and -Mrs. Hml: ' ', W'aUten have 
arrlve.d from .M.^ntrelil to visit Mr. 
Knox WalUvm. 



\V. Horton are spend- 
at various potota' in 

Vancouver i-sland.- 



.Mr. aii.i .Mrs, 
ing- .some tiuu 



Madame Russell 

shampooing and 
Manicuring 



and a!! kinds of hair work made to 

ordiT 
715 COtTKTENAY ST., FHOITZ: 1S36, 



Fornif ri 
of M-,isi 



MR. J. D. A.TRIPP 

'f t!'." Toronto t^'nnservatory 



Piano, Virtuoso and Teacher 

On the advanced gr ades of piano Plaj^- 
injr. will visit Vlcto'f1ar^5tt?^a«y 'irr^ach' 
week after Eoptember 1. 
Address 1'. O, rirnwf>r 7^6. 



Fresh Fruit and 
Vegetables Today 

Plums, ..TV elioice, pt.i baiil»el, 

:.iif. 4iic and ............. 36c 

Peach PlniwB, local fruit, per 

basket. . . . ; .,....■,. aSc 

Peaches, rhoiee ripe Stock, per 

liaskei -..-,.... w ..'.,. . 3So 

Pears, r p' ?^f»rtletta, — p^' 

)i;,<U. ^ . ,.. 35c 

Canteloupes, • ,1. ,1 I Of. IRcandSSo 

teqetabi. es. 

Com. T..maioe8. Green Peas,- 
CaullfluA . .s • Cabbage, Wax 

Renns, I 'ni-iimhfrs, rtr. 

SPECIAI. TODAY ONI.Y 
Kobertson'a Bcotcb Marmalade 4- 

Ib. tin, per tin 40o 



A. Pool, Grocery 

(y2T, Y-A{CS St.- I'll- ^110 .1 1^' 



.Miss I'Mircst returned to Lp.dysmith- 
at nuun toilay after a, visit of several 

days to the capital. - 

« « * 

.Mi.ss Lucy Gra,y:_left la.st ni^lit for 
the north, " here <Ste| Will spend her 
iuilidays. 



Mrs. G. Chlslett arid .Mrs. A.. C^' 
Chlslett left for Vancouver yesterday 
afternoon "hn a short visit. 



Rev. Septlrhua Ryall. of Chemalnus, 

w;ho has been In town for the tennis 

tf urnament, has returned home. 

♦ " • " 

Mr. and Mrs. Gpoch have tak?a a 
house at Shawnigan lake for the 
month of September. 

* .• • 

Mr. K. Baynes-Reed is 
town from his annual trip of Inspeo 
_tion-u>a the mainland. 



Mr. T*. AI. Uinklaier and Mr. Joseph 
O'ConneU I«ft yesterday on a trip to 
Banff.. ' ■ 

• •■•*■..•„■ 

Mrs. G. B. -Mlillga»i"tBft^eB on Fri- 
day for England and the Continent, 
where she will place her daughters at 

.¥ChOOl. ■ ' •'■ 'r,,-.. .'• 

• ■ • ■ 0^' J 

, Rev. C. D. Winch has left to 
up his work at Cobble Hill. H 
taken Mr. .Nigrhtlngale's house /for a 
lew months until a rectory Is/Dullt 

• 

"A. W. MlIHgen, T. S. Wh^atley and 
several other young people who have 
been spending the pas^fortnlgbt- s^t 
Mayne island, have re^rned to town. 

Mr. J. F. Hills and wife, of.Dundaa, 
Ontario, are vlsitlnffe in the city as the 
guests of Mr. ^d. Smith, Oak Bay 
avenua. 

' *. '."* 

Mr. J. "^tfton; local architecC" Is 
leaving via^Grand Trunk railroad sys- 
tem for/iilvarpool, via Chicago and, 
Montre 

• • • 

Mr^, y. W. Stewart, 81 San Juan 
av'tnue, returned home ycsterfday fj|:«m 



Mrs. M, Herburger left yesterday 
via thfe Northern Pacific and the 
Hamburf-Amerlcan liner Cincinnati 
on a visit to Oerixiany. ' 

• • * 

J. S. Young, accompanied by his 
daughter. Miss E. M. Young, left yes- 
terday on the Venture on a trip to 
Stewart and way ports. 

Mr. H. E. Fletcher, post office In- 
spector, has returned from a business 
visit this week on a trip of Inspectloti^ 
to the Queen Cftarlotte Islands. 

« . « w 

The pastor of Grace Methodist 
church. Rev. Mr. ,EUiott,:has returned 
from Victoria, where he has been-iet 
the past month. , , , 

* * * 

Mr. Charles -W. Oarvoy, and bride | 
returned home . to Vaneijuver' after | 
spending the honeymoon in Victoria 
and the Sound cities. 

Mrs. W. D. Skinner, of 'Manitoba ! 
street and Kleventh ' avenue, Vp,n- | 
cbuver. Is spending a few weeks vis- j 
Itlng relatives- -in' tjiis city. 

'- ■ ■ , ^ ■ - ■ . . ♦ lit « I 

Mrs. Luck Smith and Mr. P. Church, 
of Seattle, are visitors In the city with 
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ferris, Pandora 
avenue for a few weeks. 

* * w 

Miss Dorothy Bo\ill, who has been 
visiting with Miss ' Moresby, Trutch 
street, left yesterday via the North- 
ern Pacli'ie on her return to her home 

at Spokane. 

• • • 

Mrs. Maud Cralit imd diuj^ghter left 
yesterday via the .N'orthern Pacific 
.for New York, whenpe they will sail 
on the Adriatic on an extended trip 
t'l tl'.e old country. 

•' • • 

.Mr. .J, W. Bryant, of the Tyutr Ci,|.- 
per Company, left yesterday via the 
Northern Pacific and the White Star 
liner Megantlc on ills return to Eng- 
land. 

• • • t 

Miss Ijadgrove, who has been a vi.-s- 
ttor in town for the past week, has 
left for Mayne Island, where she will 
bo the guest of Major and Mrs. Maude, 
of Point Comfort, till after the Pad- 
don-Groff wedding. 

Mlss LllUe Baron, of Duncan, pass- 
ed through Victoria yesterday on her 
vi'ay to Vancouver, where she intends 
to spend part ()t a well-earned vaca- 
tion, after which she will proceed to 
Seattle .n.; i u-oma. 

Mrs. iMilort and Miss -Diifort, who 
returned a few days ago from a short 
stay in Victoria, have left on their re- 
turn to England. They are accom- 
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Dufort, jr., 
who will spend some time travelling 
in Great Britain. 



FRIDAY BARGAINS 
REPEATED TODAY 







Real Nappa Tan Kid Gloves, every pair pjuarantcfd. 
Regular price Si.oo. l'"ri(lay, per pair 75f^ 

Dents' Kid Gloves, ladies', in tan.s aiul while. Rop- 

iilaci>kf)ricc $1.50. Friday, per pair ^1.00 

--■ '. . / ■ . 

Dents' Mocha Gloves, ladici^, in grey and lirown. 
^eguhr price ."^1.50. Friday, per pair. .. ..^1.00 

Ladies' Cotton Vests,' Regular price 35c and sec. 
Friday /. . , . . '. 25^ 



'ie^^viTar price 35c,. 
^^fjff- 



^=^ VlmiiU'(i/Mii£lh 






Mr. H. Leonard Humphreys, A. C 
secretary to the t'ounty Borough Ccrtin 
ell of West Ham, England, i.«,a>aying 
at Miss McCandllsh's establi)<hmcnt, 
<22 Menzles street. He Is so/^.harmed 
with the city that he Is ext/ndlng his 
stay and hopes to make further visits, 

• •'.-• y . ■ f. 

. Several fiM'Efnds'^.were/gliesta of? ViXSa 
Ella Sinclair. and m/ and Mrs. An-^ 

dpew 'Gray on Thui^sday night, when 

twwit - ln|*hg y >^eht by motor , launch , to the 

{ beau±lluL.grouml£ of Mr. and -Mrs. 

Gray on the /Gor ge, and enjoye d a 

dellghtfurcajra roast on tfie beacb;,.__ 



The mafrlage of Miss Lillian G, 
Payne and Mr. Roscoe F; Qernaey wa.s 
solentftized On Tuesday at the .Church 
of .0{(r I.,ady of the Holy Rorfary, 
Va^ouver, the Rev. Father Welch 
oflriclatlng. The bride, who was given 
way by her father, worie her going-" 
away gown, a becoming costume of 
gray cloth and a black . hat with os- 
trich feather mount; There was only 
one bridesmaid. Miss Alberta I^Avery, 
of New WestrnlnsteTTTn a pretty frock 
of ivory crepe de chine with hat to 
correspond. Mr. Bernard Gernaey, 
tirother- of the groom, was best man. 
Immediately after the ceremony Mr, 
and Mrs. Gernacy left for Washing- 
ton and California, wbcre "their honey- 
moon is to be spent, , 




[[OS WITH H[R 
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Correct Dress 
for Evening Wear. 



_ Fit-Reform Dress Suits and Tuxedos 
repre.'^enr the highest order of the 
tailor'3 art. 

Sumptuous fabrics — luxunou„s!v made — tncy 
express the perfection of style, elegance 
and fit. 

So wonderfully accurate is the Fit- 
Reform system of sizes that we " 
can fit every man-c-abiiorma! -ah 



Admiral Von Tirpitz, German 
Naval Secretary TriLimphs 
Over , the Financial Minister 
^— Will Be No .E^conomies ' 



\y* 



weli 



as normal 



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Dress Suits ^^5, $30, ^35. 
,rw, ^ Tuxedo Coats ^15 

-^- X viMf and ? I 8. 



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Allen & Co. 



1201 Government 



Street - Victoria 



BERLIJt, iti»,\ll--.^Aamlral von Tir- 
pitz, the German naval- secretary, hns 
triumphed In his confn.n v.itlV flio fin- 
ance mintirtcr,"ll^'rr ' in- 
terest of a Kieat na\ . . > k-h. 

There will be no chmige In Germany's 
policy to Ijulld the Immense fleet pro- 

yljled by her naval ■progrtimmjOB, and. 

there Is not the faintest hope of riny In- 
ternational arrnngemont being n i?rpr>d for 
a limitation, of naval arifnampmB. ■ MIs- 
irulded persons In Krigland who believe 
that Ger,many l» preparert to relax one 
lota of her policy with regard to, arma- 
ment need'orify road ' today's eomments 
r.r th'> d'Tiii T', ':i'".\ spapers on this <iu<>h- 

'flir«!r' comments make It clenr that 
Germany's sole idea !.■» to follow the 
line that, she has mapperl out for*- hei-- 
self. and that Interferonce from outside^ 
I.s regar(Jed ^n so. much presumption or» 
sovereign ^lKhtK^ I'^irthermdre, those 
whocontlmio to urge thflt Great Brltalh 
fihouid again "take the Initiative for the 
limitation of armaments, are only ■ln.\ing 
tlV<«maorve8 '■imdcr the charge whirii la 
openlit made that they are rcii:ii..i i..- 
the fear that Germany has 
cotne a ,«<erloiiM rlv;il :\h ti )»r ' 

The Proarranimo 

The Vossischo Zci , offici- 

all>- inspired ~artJol' ,,t; Hio 

UuUtfttlon of navnil arm4nieiii.s, declares; 

1. That the present German shlpbutld-, 
JLttk-JtoisxiyiLme, being fixed- for a period 



Regular ^1.75. 

Kccrular $2.50 a 

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Children's Ribbed Hose, bltick 

40c and 5Qef pair. i'Viday .. 

Ladies' iVfuslin Collars, with jahol attached. Rct^u- 
lar pric^c. 35c ^md 50c each. , Friday . . ...... .25^' 

Ladies' Pique Stock Collars, in while and crdors. 
K(\L;nlar [jricc 65c. Friday .,;.,..35c 

..horn %w Us 



Ladies' CorsetSy'-.Aiiierican Lady ,and:,' 
Glove-fitting Corsets. • 




THOMSONS 

"GLO\T FITTINir 

C0RSLT5 



iy,-.pcr pair. ... .. . . 

,.(3Q.~ . ^'''riday, per pair 



.^1.25 
S1.50 



Rcf^ular ?3.75. ,,Friday,.. per. pair 
U'emilar $4.23. Friday,- per- pair 



.?2.00 

.?2.25 



/ 




Dresi Goods and Dress- 
making a specialty. A 
large and expert statf. 



Thomson's 
ting Corset*,' 



Glove Fit- 




1123, 1125 and 11^7 Government Street^ 



Latest Ideas in High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 

Morley's Hosiery. 

Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 






Let: Us Buy the 




essert for Your Family 




V7e are going to buy from your 
grotfer, for y55^ ' 5nar ~ your family^ 
a full size tin of the finest and tast- 
iest table delicacy in all Canada! 

It's the most delicious sweet- 
meat you ever tasted— combining 
all the nutriment of^a Jieav^J.jg^- 
sert, with the appetizing "smack" 
=i=:of an easily digested food! 



Tfs aBsdTutely free ! 



\^w^^s:^:\ ^^^%^^1M^'^^^^ 



» 



of years, Is tmaltorahle except by ft new 

If-plslallve act rost-ludlns that Of 1900, 
with Us Hupplenieiiiary acta Of 11)06 aiitl 
190S. ■ 

2. That this abnnclonment q/'^Ser- 
many'R rleflnlto nava^l policy Is nb.^olvit-e- 
)y o\it of (he oMftwHon; 8-ni1 

S. That the German Rovernmcnt have 
fllrearly intlmatort to the Rrltl.sh ffnv- 
ornm'-nt that some aKroftmrnt might ^>e- 





come po.'<slblP after nil (ti«v j-,rrn-t>,for\8 Of 
tha present Germm > - have! 

been fulfllled. 

The eJclBUng -Gorman-4s-v nwn 

Germany's iRhlpbnililtnpr progriiinmp till 
lin", and4t U doflnltely.. (3^,lar«d that 
no modification cfin be Introflu' ■ ■? ' 
that flnte. 



biff naXT-pJirfv otit«-r^!£rb« fU,-4t of tho 

llitle navy 

Is oonsiflereii <',",rlH.lti ihal. llu in-w ,\;-i\-y 
talll. provldlnK for a furihor oxpafi.Hlon 
of Ocrmnny's f\ect, will he lalfl bcfpre 
■fh« ■npl'-bstag: W-lUiIiu a yiear ' or t^^-o. 
latt hints that the ■ 
to uphold Admiral i 



It iH plain lijiat ilie Infliifn's m ti,© [m i , 



is.entlra policy and Ins tleilS- 



Irtn triiy Involve the fa.' of both H<frr 
A'on ■Bf'fhft»Hnti-H<->llweK, the Imperial 
■chaniicllor. end Herr Wermuth. 



"Chantaoler" Causes Slanjrhter." 

r.-\RlS. All)?. 12.--Thf- l-r'-Tir-h l,oaKue 
for thc^Erotoctlon of Birds I.s srently 
coHtierned about the x-aBf Rlaijurhter of 
hlr4Sj__oaUBed by tho fashion for "Chah- 



tei'ler" 'hats. Thr Ipnc-nf n^^orfs fli.t 

.100,000,00,0 bira" 

the adornment of vvfinii n. Last year a 
.single London merchant Ih aSserted t(.i 
have sal£L.a.2,.Qilft JJUmroinK , birds. Odd- 
ly enouRb. the Society for the Protec- 
tion of- Animal.K,' this year prcspnted Its. 
annual "g-rand pri-x" to M. Kostand, th« 
authbrrfiir"^hantecler." 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



8«tHrday, August 13, 1919 



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LOGGERS* 




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We carry a very complete stock o£ 

The RIQHT KIND 

BlocKs,iChokcrs, Grabs. Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WP INVITO INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The ShitDchandlePS - 1206 Wharf Street 



NEWS 0FJ1HE CITY 

Childrtn't Day at Gprga 

Chiltlren's IJayvvvlll Ik* held at the 

(joigtj tills al'tei-noon at 2. 30, wlifii 

Mr. Bt. Clitir's i)Ui>ll8 vvlll/rnniptHe Tui' 

the various prizes in th« (Jlfferent 

Acquitted of Charge. 

W. H. Hijauldlngr wns nrquitted ol' 
driving a mutor (■\rlc t" tho ciniininii 
dariKfr In Uoiicon lltli park, the act- 
itiK i)i)Mp(» rnijgiatratc Imldlng lliat tlu' 
clause of the bylaw Is iiul Huftlt-ipiilli' 
exiiik.'il. 



THE WEATHER 



Ci, 



More Roads for laland*. 

The provini-ial giiverntncnt will ex- 
pend a;i ttddlllnnal JT.OOO Tnr roails 
and tr-cvlls in tlu^ Wueon CharUnte fr«l' 

.Hid.-'. iLwill bf viiici] as fqilows; 

$:,TOO- ronyawn'TriM, j-:,ouo ror Masset, 
$J,50o for other points ajid the bttlaiice 
foi' lu-iUges. ■.™...~. 



MetforoloRU-al (iffice, Victoria,/ U 
at S p. in., Auk list r.:, 1910: / 

SYNOHsjIS. 

SliowpiM liuvij fallen »t I'rlnce Rupert 
and TrIaiiKic iMlund but fair , warm 
\vi.'ullii'r liax bt'en Kencral t)\ er the 
Krc'atftr pcirtlon uf the Xurlli I'aclfle 
shipi.. In Uii' pralile provinces /the 
Pn>«M:ire \h Ineiensln*; and the low area 
!,-< intu inK huI licasuwu.rd tlirfn'iKh the 
Mla.HlsylppI valley. lialn has fallen at 
CiiiKHry and a thunderstorm witii rain 
uci'Mrveil at. Miunodui^a. 

TKMnOKATlUlr:. 

Victoria 47 

\'aneou vr;r 

New Wcwtinlnster 

Kani loops . . . . . , . . ... 



Fresh Fruit and Vegetables 



Cornmissionor of Police Here. ,, 
A. K. Perr\ . ( ninml.ssloneV of the. 
It. .\.. W. .VIounifd Police, wRli- Ilea d-r 
qiiartei-M In Ht-giiui. left last eveniilR 
for, \'uncouver ciirouK! to Da\\'.son. 
The coniniia.sionei-, who is ucc;oinpan- 
If'd by his daughter, will insi»eet the 
detachment at the Yukon capital. ' 

The Mikado Only, 

li.i-.iu.se ihe.\- cannot Jiiakc the pio- 
p. I t..iat connection the International 
..virand opera Oi. will be unaVile to 
jday two dales lit tlir \'ictorUL theatre. 
Instead of the Buheinlan Girl on Mon- 
day and the Mikado on Tuesday even- 
ing, only the Mikado will be Ri-'ii. 
and that on -Monday night. 



Min. 


Max 


47 


70 


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4S 


7 - 


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\\"e .lim \a keep nothing: but the best atiH freshest fruits 
obtainable, also vegetables of a^U. kinds at lowest prices. 

Blackberries, 2 baskets 25c 

Grapes, per basket ;■•;' »"»>«" > »■» « '*'*■ r .«• . • • 60C 

Pears, ptT ba.'^ket • .....30c 

Peaches, per basket 35c 

Oranges, per doz 35c 50c and— .-i~vT. 60c 

Cantaloupes, each loo. 1 5c and 20c 

Cooking .Apples. '■ n)> 25c 

Gravenstein Apples. jAha...^.^ 35c 

Cucumbers, eacli loc 

Celery, per head • ■ • 10c 



H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 



Corner Fort' and Douglas Streets 



'Phone 178 



I Barke-rvllle : 

' I'rlnce 11iip< 1' ■ • ■*^- ■ • ■ 

■ Atlih ,. . 

i I )a wHon. "I '1' 

J Winnipeg. .Mi.n ■■< 

|. lion Imid, ( i|-t .'I'l 

|.'^HII l'"rH llrisCM, <.'al. ••••'-■ """'^ 

: lORKCASTS 

; i-'or I 1,1.111s from., ft n ni. (Pacific 

Tinii») hatiirilay : - 
i \ iotorla arid Vicinity: .Modc.jiic Lo 

fre.sh ftoutherly wiinl.s. k'iic rall y fiylr 

and cooler. 
j liOwer MHinland: lj.l«ht to moderat 

winds, K'nrrally fair ar.d warm dvn'lnj? 

I' ■■ .lii .-. ■ 

fltllcVV 

i-lIlsJiaat-^^- . 711 

Lowest .... .i. 17 

Mjenn 

, .Sunshine. 11 hours, fi inMciii-*, 



Great Reductions 
in Ladies' White 



To .mnke room fo^• our Kail 
Riioda nijw on the wa>, we are 

"fferlna: .all our larg.e .Btook of 
lyadiea' White Waists at Ki"eatly 
reduced prices. AA'e must clear 
them out and have slashed the 

...prU'cs accordiiiKlx'. 

Call and se^, them — the |.>rlce.s 
will suit ydii. ■'! 

AmouK them are a number of 
Tailored effect.i, dainty Ijawn 
l-louseK and fine Silk U'aist.s. 



G. A. Richardson* Co. 

Victoria Houte 636 Yatet St. 



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^-MIKADO "'''''IZl!'^''' 
BAZAAR 



Special sale for Liambpo Blind, 
8x8. $1.25. and 6x7 7.5c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Literature for Delegates _ 
Three hundred and fifty cotde.s of the 
Lsland ("onipendlum. compiled iTy tne 
Vancouver Island Development league 
and printed by the prctvlncial Rovern- 
nicnt will be distributed among the 
delegates to the ^Vlethodi.st General Con- 
fereie ' on thrjr arrival here ne.xt 
week. 

VVill Erect DwelUngs. 
Building permits were Issued yea- 
terday by the building inspector to O. 
.\. Ilu dd (<^r a dwelling to be erected 
>:';i I'eiidergast street to cost $1,600: 
to T. C^^Jsii-iSM^for u. dwelling on King- 
ston street, to coit J1.200; to X'lr 
Rfjfaertao ji fur g dwelling on Flsgnnrd 
.street to cost II. SCO and to the city 
for dressing, rooms at Ret^con Hill 
park to cost $1,271- t^_.._j... . 

Fix Date for By-Election. 
The by-election in \\'ard Two nec- 
essitated by the lesignatlon of Alder- 
man Russ Huiinber will be held on 
.Saturday llu.'__JIlli Inst. Nominations 
will be held on the .J4th. ^Alderman 
-MaWe has poste'd notice that he will 
move a resolu'tion to that effect at 
.Monday night's meeting of the cUy 
council. Should there be but one 
nomination no election will be re 
iiulred. Alderman Htimtrer has ex 
pressed his intention of seeking i< 
election and so far no i>erson haa 
announced himself as deaJroiia of .bJ)-> 
poplntr him, >. • 




Pleasing Gifts 

hert's always somefhing' 
scilablt and appropriale 
in silver. In buying, look 
for the trade mark 

1847 ROGERS BROS. 



The nams covers a line of 
knives, fork^. spoons, elc. 
.■ ^y fsinous for beauty and wear. 
\Kk\sili'er riate that Weari"k 

' 1' Best tea st/s. inha. wj,f«rj,^ 
cfc. . are sfanrpf d 
ERIDEN BRIT* CO? 



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JAS. LEIGH & SONS 



I rimh>r T^.hole.'oaln and 

t-umu-' HeUU 

MiJl5 Lumber 

Foct of Lath 

Turner Street Shingles 

Victoria, B.C. , Bill Stuff 

and niai.ufaciurers of all klriJn or 
Sash, Factory and Planins Mill 
Goods. 



Latest Importalions From Chine 

L«<lles' and -Uffntii' .•^llk underweur 
r-oft. warm, neat and lljcht; aent* oy 
3»mrt« ui beautiful ."lirlpued iillk. '1 hn 
newest .itylea of beautiful •inijrol(l(!red 
fllk kln-.onan. Nolhliie inor" beaiitirul. 
The loveliest ailk tinbroliJerBd dovllee 
KVer »ihown. 

QUONC* MAH PUNO * CO. 
P. O. Box 3S. 171o Qovsrnnient .-it 



he i'u<"cst , Always Clean 

"lie Safest Kc> Dustv Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 

From the 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in 

Finest Ice - Cream, Cream, 
]Milk, Buttcrijiilk and Butter 

' 'Phone 1344 



W«l»<#(l Noxiaua Wceda^ . . 

l«jinia dwriers upon whose iioldV]iiR» 
thrive the obnoxious thistle will be re- 
Qiiired by the cltj- to promptly wage 
war upon the unwelcome growth. A 
bylaw to prevent the growth of weeds 
will be made law at Monday nlghl's 
metjting oX^iie city coiincll. .The new 
measure provides that no owner, Ips-i 
,-:ee. tenant, occupier or agent shall 
i term it thistles, burdocks or other 
Moxiods weeds to grow upon his land 
\\ Ithln the city limits and should such 
\\eeds he permitted to grow the city 
etYj ftnnFeT r"4s given i.ower to have theitt 
cut, down at the expense of the owirer 
against whiom the cost will be a chai^ge 
odle'ctable along with the annual taxes 
due. lifMvp the land:.: A maximum penal- 
tc of $io Is flxed-'for npn-observahce 

r the law. 



llie Jar ot duality 




i 'i ht S I^X.iJJS ' 

Quarts jpi.50 

irnlf Gallon.s 5^2.00 

For Sale by All Leading 
Grocers 




VISITORS AND THEIR 
FRIENDS MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENTS AT 




Ml appreciate a good ciip fi 
tea. pure ice cream and aj)- 
petizing, luncheons. 

CLAY'S 

619 Fort Street. 



OBITUARY NOTICES 

Truesdell 

The funeral of the late «.;harlc8 
Truesdell took i^lace yesterday after- 
noon froni the parlors of the B. C. 
Funeral Kurnlshing company. Imj^res- 
slve services were conducted by the 
Rev. E, A. Miller, who also oftVclated 
at, th* gruveslde. Mr. <3iles presided" 
at the orgafi and the following hymns 
were sung: "Jesu Lover of My Soul," 
and "Xearer -My Gnd to Tliee." There 
wa.s a ■ very far^e attendance of sym- 
pathizing Iriends. The contractor arjd 
superintendent and . foreman of the 
constructionv work Of the new addition 
to the Empress hotel, where the de- 
teased lost his life, were pVesetit and 
marched in a body to the Ross Bay 
emetery, whet > interment took place. 
The employ ee.s and his fellow work- 
men sent a beautiful floral design with 
I lie followdng Inscrlfitlon on it, "A 
r.iUen of Respect from • HIS Fellow 
Workmen." The following acted as 
I 'a II bearers, A. O. H. Harding, j, , U 
Sutherland, A. Riista, H. W. Murra.v'. 
(Jco. Keown, from the Far \\*est Lodge 
K. Qf P., of which deceased was u 
member, and William Brown, the fore- 
man of the works. 



For the 
Bride's 




Hom< 



\ piece of oiir elegant Cut 
(•lass would lUiikc a most 
approjiriate gift. See our 
fine- display;. . We wpiild es 
perially tike to stiow you our 
immense and. „ 

Magnificent 

Punch Bowl 

•Htfndreds of -other hints, too, 
priced from Sjoo to 50c. Cake 
Dishes, Spoon trays, \Bou- 
Bons, CajidlestickvS. P'ern 
Bishes; li^e €ream Dishes, 
"Rose Bowii?,! Fruit Sets, 
Water Seta, Claret Jugs, 
Sialt Cellara/e tc. 



W. H. Wilkerson 

The Jeweler 
915 GOVERNMENT ST. 
Tel. 1606 • 



Display 
Extraordinary 



OF 



OFFICE 
FURNITURE 



AT 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

~2\ Yates St. Phone 730 



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FOR 

O/^ JLji JQi 

SOME GOOD TRACTS 
OF CROWN GRAKT ^ 
AND LICENSE 

^TIMBER:. .4: 



F0RYOURFOWLS 

Something new and from 
a ^ood recipe— -in fact a 
guaranteed Tccipe, .Our _ 

Dry Hopper Food 

Ask your neighbor about 
it. He has heard of it. if 
you Iwive not. 



Bannerman & Home 

. Broad and Johnson 
I'hoMc 487 



WELL SITUATED 

j Fort George j 

I can offer, some good 
acreage, aljout 5J'2 rniles 
soifthwest of the^ownsite. 

Field notes may be seen 
on applijcation. 

Price ^8 per acre 
Subject to prior sale 



J Ernest Brammer ; 

Tel. 2C)95^ 
■; Office 644 Fort Street 

o 

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McKermon 

The remains of the late. Charles , lie* 
.Kennon will he Interi-ed.'ln Ross Bay 
cemetery thlH morning,, the funeral 
I kini. I'lace i'rom the jvarlors of the 
\, I ;■ I Undertaking comr>an>-, Yates 
. .Street, l-'i^pm there, the cortegf will pro- 
leead-lQ-thieRbtnan Catholic cathedral, 
where servLcef; SytlJ t>f cortd ucted at 
'I o'clock. • .' """ .•,'*:' " " 



sl S. Iroquois is withdrawn from 
Seattle route until further notice. '' 



Have you paid any attention to the 

.l.Mchiome'iif of the KntnthV oil npld-^ 
■, , .'■.. :i , ■- , !( ,ip|.oi-| unit \ for lii- 
\ e.".lrnenf;' .NoV Then call on .Mild, 
Cwin *■ Mcflarty, 518 IJnstlnga -street 
went, Vancouver, for Infonnatlon re.. 
KHrdlna: the operation of the Amal- 
Karnated Developmi.'^nt c(mipan>'. 




Arc 
Precious 



1 licy roipni-c pr.ipci- all cii 
lion, ^'ou get ilii'^ lr<iiii 

J. H. LePAGE 

ETEBIOHT SPBCIAI.IST 

P. 0. Box 22.S 
Government St. Victoria 



I T«rry 

The death occurred at the Royal 

hihllei' hospital last night of John Al- 

!ert Terry, aged 62 years. The late 

,\lr, Terry Is n member of the local 

Hricknuikers' ITnion, and h(M been _ a. 

, re.-itilent of Victoria for the past twen- 

jty-four .\ears. He leaves a widow and 

one daughter, Mrs. T. Donovan. The 

■ deceased was a native .of Portsmouth, 

lOnglfind. 'I'he funeral will take place 

■ ninna's Chapel, ^_Sunday at 2, 



Be sure find take. A bottle of j:>ham- 
iicriain's Colic, ('holera'and T>rarrhdea 
ltemi;^y with yon when starting on 
.', (lur trip this ."<uminer. It cannot he 
obtained on Ixmrd the trains or steam - 
et3^.X.Uiange8 of water and climate often 

cj4U»e sudden nttucks of diarrb' mvI 

it Is best t • prepared. .>-; 



New Supply of fune?al numbers of | 
the Sphere, Illustrated London News j 
and Graphic, .lust received by the Vic- 
toria Book nnd Stationery Co. Ltd. I 
These art uJl out of jir i n t In England | 
now. ■■ -T,-'~— ' I 



■ Excur^onx imohg the Gulf Islands 
Wednesday .s and Saturdays. Now \^ 
the time to see these beatitlful lalan ,^ 
Tlie novelty of this trip cannot be <->- 
celled In any part of t*lie world. Take] 
V. & S. train connecting ■^^;lth the; 
stea m e r a t S idney. For ..further In-! 
formatloti telephone- 511.," - , •' 



— S.- S. iroauoia Is withdrawn from 
Seattle jMrte until fnrther_ notice^ ■• 

^ ■' ' — , j» " i. ■ 

Taite a trip around the Sbumt -i^y^' 
steamers of P.' C. g. S, Co., sailing 
weekly. Cheap excur.sldn rate. Phone 
4. ■ 



Hosiery Bargains — Ladies',) jilain ' 
bjack cashmere, cotton or lisle hose, ! 
nl>(o colored lace, cottrm — h<«*er— Reg- 
tflar price, -SBc. per pair; 8pe<l;il nrlce, 
i;r)c. a. jiair. R^ofolnSbn'S <' re, 

b-t'J VntcH .street^l.— -— -— r-^ ""* 



,h-:(lf 



I Mini iiiLs.-* .A inalgamated lJe\'elop- 

ineht (Torripahy —• .Vuld, (;?wln & 'Mc- 

;<'larty, 518 Hastings Street West, 

i Varrobuver. • 



'ihe men w^o liKTike money are the 
men who develop the new ril8frlct.<!. 
The AmalKamated Development coni- 
pati.NJs doing this with one of .Maaka'a 
i-hlef resources Till. Have. ,vnu looked 
Into thl." compHn.\'.«i jirospert."!? It \\ill 
paj- jdu M a business man in do so, • 



■!'m- piiident man-stha,™.iM4i£A-ca— in- 
ing, his Investments In those dis- 
tricts where the leadrjticr financiers 
the \vTrrtTl nrp"'liii'i'iihj^ llieir~ntfentiou, 
will draw his own cijiiclusions from the 
fact that Alaska, Where the oil holdlng.s 
of tlie .\malgamated' Development 
cornpany are situated, lias .during the 
j.ast f^vy weeks been vLsited per.sonally. 
by such ' leaders of the nioney market 
as .lacolt Schlff, the w-ell-knovvn New 
Vork banker; '.a representative of the 
('■uKgenHelmn. nnd other prnnilnent 
en))|tal!atf<. These men are no( travel- 
ing for aniuMBicni onI>'. • 



The Exhibition ^^jogrammt 

VANCOUVER 
EXHIBITION 

v.,\Ncou ver; b. , ic. 



\ 



. Horse. Rattle, Dog and 
Poultry Shoyir. Agricultural 
and Machinery., ^^xhibits,^ 
Trottmg and .Pacing Events^" 



August 15th to 2Dth, Inclu.sivc 



Tuesday, Aug. !6th 

V\ ill be Canada ttomc- Day • 
when Sir Wilfrid Laurier 
will open the cxhiliition;^:- . 

cliTldrcns' day. .— -- ^~ -. 

'I'hursday. merchants' day 
-J[^M4tteyrr Am crican day 
N^atuVday t labor, dly. 




.-alLjiaiJb: 

ways and stcainhnats from 
.aH~poittt.S,--.ll 

. JAM ES ROY, 

Manac'er,' V'nnr(ni\-rr. I'. ('. 




We quote herewith a few of our man.^ exi.ellent values In thealwajs 
useful a,nd ornamental Sachel. 

GENUINE HORNBACK, ALLIGATOR, BAGS, $tfi and... ^ftO 

REAL LEATHER BAGS, iri the present popular shapes, $7.50 to..|3.00 
These are worth yoUr Infepcc tlon. 



Red fern & Sons 



T^AImost New'=^=^ 



Motor Car Bargain 



~ vT IVIodcl 10, 4-cylindcr Buirk .\ut6m.efeile. carries four 

I)a^scngcrs, is complete' with top^.gla.ss front^t^U iSJBtTjfcKead,, 
side and tail lamiis, with other ctjuipment.' ,■ ',;- ;,- - 

This car ii.!- not ran Svcr i^oob miles. C6st^$l ,4ob.doT 
0\v,ncr will take $1,000.00 for it. T- in Ai shape. 



THOS. PLIMLEY 



Y. M. C. A. ^ 

Temporary Quarters, 1209 Blanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 



Reading and Game Rooms— Hot and Cold Show(:"r Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps— Sximmer Membership 

50C per month 



=^— Only $10,000—— 

. . ■ . \ . , 

view Strieet property, near ilie new Y. M. C. A. building, 9^x120, with new 

- — three-f(tory Iron' warehouse. 



MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 



&mmb«r. iut«ti. Doors, and aU XteOa t BnUOtac lC*t«i:lal, (o to 



The Taylor Mill 



MAmiUA Xa«MU«7. 
irm. Off1c« «na T«r«»: jm Oov«mni«nt St., P. O. Box 9i%. Telephon* 5»4 



Another Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived 



— AT— 



Harris & Smith 

1220 Bro^d Stre»t_= 
•Phono LI 83 




To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

We have in St?>ck the foUowln* 
J3cotch_ ste^el Joists-' 

nxixAzV. ' "' ""' '". 

12x5x32. 

6x3x11. ■ 

Immediate delivery or shipment 
as desir»d. .. . 



fictorialHlactiinepyDepol 



OUR PLUMBING WOplK RESTS 

oh a thorough knowledge of the worU 
ai\d upon cJur rule to do our best wit: 
evW-y order we undertake. 



W H E N W ^HESTH 



oii the cost of c hangtiri|r y bur Old bath- 
! room Inlp. a hiiiidsomo. ■ sanitary ■■ one. 

vOu'lI be surprised to find that- our, c i u t j ^„.).- 

^S-'ea ^vllfnot exceed those of any,/ Jmlph ur fames around «Tieltmg 

^thpligh 3nir — vtunc — is-.-^«^mrttedl>-ff--.ffeflt8r-eat— ap «-nMt«l m 

aup«rl«ri ■ 



J The Colbert Plumbing &. 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

755 B^oughton Street Phone 662 



effect upon, 
Malthoid Roofing 



■ The Empire Typew'rlter Is the 
cheapest and beat machine b?. the day. 
Victoria Booit & aitttlfinkry Co.. Limit- 
ed, agents. ' . ,1 - ~ ; • 

Thousand lsi«incls. — Nftxi" 8unda'i^• 

the S. S: Jroquols will make one of| 

those delightful trips amohg the Gulf ; ■ 

( iSlandg, sTopptn^ one hour at Mayne, I 

!jiiH.r T^tUfnTM-^Jvlft — me ptrtttr0Hque-| 

i Pender Canal. .- Picnic parties can 

i bring their baske ts and lunch- imderi 

I the trees. Take V. & S. train leaving I 

Victoria 9,45 A. ni. Refreshments find'* 

music, on .1)1' ' ' ' f'ii ihc ,■ 'iir.,r- 

niBlloll Ic'I.pl: * 



short order, and very few other 
material J can- withstand the at- 
,t«clc. Malthoid Roofing does 
the^ business. Engineers «nd 
pvvncrs of property in districts 
affected by these fumes will save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merits of MaUhoid. Write 

1 Sat $pccial h'">iflei. 

1 R. ANGUS 

I • Ag«nt Wharf St., VictoHs 



1110 Government St. oppo.u. spencers 

i 


Victoria, B. C. 










RM 



d 



Cheap — -reading: for campers and 
others; .We, arc .clearlnsr a lot-of .our 
75c copyrli?ht novels at 2Bc each, 
five Tor *i a<i Victoria Book & Sta- 
tionery ' Limited. .» 



1>Tor^ V-Z (WTse TTeaff) TMsfnfertsm 
Bonp Powder dusted in the bath, softcr.s 
'^ W'^eroud AisuafMlc 4/ . 



■'1 In- I'll |.i ■.,•!; ,,>i.'.s of the Am.iiKaih.il ^ 

cd Development company are situated 
on tidewattr. hence, there will he no 
dela.v in the profits while a railroad Is 

bclnx loiilt to trtke out the prodo-t-i • 

Mcflary's famous Steel It.-jnce.s ar.d 
Ileatins: Stoves at Clarke) & Pearson's^ 
l.'lia Wharf Street, near Johnson 
Street, Victoria. '' 



SILKS! 



f'cjiigcc biii-is, Ciiina silks, 
I .ipaut.se silkA, All colors jar£.. 

.shown . i iiriccs 

trrven- 



Lee Dye & Co. 

Next to Tire Hall 
-CermoraTir-St. and 707 Fort St 



J ♦!».**••»•(»«'■*•■ I 



W flf m iii k m ^ '''^*'- ■ 



Saturday, August 13, 191C 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



■f 




Mulled Wine 

As a "Night Cap" 



Goes g'ood on a ch/il'ly evening 
■ an^il }:>^r«vents many a severe 
illness.- Old folks especially 
need something of this kind 
and they should have it to in- 
iluce sound, refrcsliing sleep 

OUR FIN eT"^ L D 
PORTS, SHERRIES, 
CLARETS, ETC., ARE 
PLEASING MANY 
FAMILIES IN VICTO- 
RIA 



This beautiful city has long been renowned for its hos- 
pitable hostesses. Doubtless you like to have sr.niething 'in 
the hou«e for the welcome, but uninvited gucsl. 

PLEASED TO HAVE YOU TELEPHONE YOUR 

ORDER 



£APITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 





H e a vyQoaltty Pongee, 
regularl>^selling for $1.50 
per yard, is on sale today 
for 



80c 



We Are Open Daily from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



i in ii T'-r -n-'-iinr 




310 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. &■ N. Depot 



Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix" 

Force ^"^ Lift 




The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



\'ii?torla, IJ. 



A tjt • n t i 



GiSERVATiS WILL ' 
PICNIC TODAY 



Many Expected to Attend An- 
nual Outing at Sidney— 
Programme Promises to 
Prove Interesting 



nipeg, will itreach; ani tn the evening 
tho Rev. Dr. Hraken the di-lf-gate froiri 
Ireland to cbtivfy the greotliiga of the 
Irish "Methodist <'huri'h. it Is very 
fitting that the iriah delegate should 
proHch 111 Ffrat ^rcshyterltiii church 
for that congrfgatioii was organized 
forty nine years ago by the gf-neral 
asspmbly of the Pr«.^sT)ytcrinri church 
In Ireland which thon sent the Rev. 
John Kail a.s ii KorclKii Missionary to 
Vancouver lalaiTd and was then the 
only Presbyterian minister west of 
Kllrtonan. iivery IrlHliiuan In Victoria 
Bhould hear Dr. Brakcn. 



Arrangonicnts are comiilete for the 
Cojisei-vati\:e jdcnic held today at Sid- 
ney. Train.s leave at 8 a. in.,, 11 a. m. „„„i,,hi<, 
and 1:30 \>. m.. returning at 9M5 a. rg^Ji^ pobsiDie. 
•>: 55 p. ni. !i,nd 8 ,p. ni. . 

The fUU'prograninie f"lli'ws; 

F^al-t I. 

HlnrliiiK upon arrival 1 of aflerno&ft 
train, about i;:30 p. in. 

1— 'Boys under' 7 yeary. !i;inilii-;ip, -:> 
j-ards. 

2— tii.-!s 7 >c;iis :iiiil nii'lii-, hmidloap, 
25 yai-ds. 

3— Qirls under rs -years. 50 yards., 

,4 — Buys under 12 years. 50 yards. 

5— Marrioil ladles, 50 yards. 

6 — One hundred yards, open. 

7— Eoys under 16. 220 yards. 

8— -Single ladies, 76 yards. 

9 — 220 yards, open. 

10 — Relay race, teams nC tout 
mile. 
. -JiUrjit man {•> inu 'i \n'.U', touch No, 



Owner* Want Asphalt 

On tije recommendation of the, city 
engineer the city council will change 
the cla^s of roadway on Rockland 
avenue'and Richardson street from 
nifK'adam to a.spliait. " The owners 
have i»etltloned for tl>e ciiange, and 
the work will be undertaken us .soon 



1 



■2. wTio coverwS second" Vt i"ile and so oiv 

11— Half-mile, open. •*"' . _. - 

■ IS^Needle aiid thread. Gent -to run 

from finish line to point 50, yards dis- 
tant, carrying needle. .Xjady thread:^ It 
and botli run back to finish line. 

At the conclusion of Part 1 of the 
sports, everybody Is requested to go to 
the park on the water front sind hear 
the interesting spueohes.'to be" deliver- 
ed bv the Hon Blchard /McBride, O. 

II. Barnard, M.P., A. K.' MePhllllps. 
.M.P.P.rTOT this constituency, and 
.others. :. - ' 

; ImmeaiaMy,. preceding -ihe,-a|>aach- 
making there will be a baby^Bhow, 
held on the speakers platform; first, 
for the best baby boy under 12 months 
of age, and then for the-hest baby 
girl of the same age, for which good; 
prizes will be given. 

The following competitlonH will tak 
place at the coiiduslon i9f the speeches, 
"STJ?o'"on'"fRe"speakers' platform: 

1 — Highland' tting, boys or girls, in 
costume, first ancj second prize. 

2 — Sword dance, boys or girls, in 
costume, first and secongl prize. 

3 — ^^Pipe competition,' riiarches. In 
cbstume, first and a fecond prize.' 

4 — Reels, id ooatumg;^ nrst ana second- 
pjlze. • — ' , 

Part II. ; — - 

— «fe«irtlng aJ9<>ut 6 : 30 p, . «.— 

1— YtHing p^^ o^ 50 years, 50 
yards. ' -• . ■. 

2 — Married men, any age; 75 yards. 

3— Human wheelbarrow race, 25 
yards. 

4 — Bandsmen, 100 yards. 

5 — Three-legged race. 100 yards. 

In the Conservative Queen Contbst. 

Votes cost five cents each. 'Vote 
early and often. Poll opens irt the park 
near the platfo^rm at 3 p. m., and closes 
at 5 p. m; • 

Results will be posted from time to 
time on the bulletin bo«ird. Valuable 
prizes are to be giveii Tdr tKls popular; 
*vent. :. ^ --:.*• 



PRmiOLM' 
CORNER STONE 




Hon. Riehard McBride ,Has 
Consented, to Officiate at 
Imposing Ceremony Next 
Tuesday Afternoon 



A Few of the 
Laughing 
Comic Hits 

-frr—Columbia Double Disc 
Records, Priced at 85^,. 

YoW-^&M- 'c£i.isinly enjoy 

yniirsclf liy' hearing any ;' 
these ; ,, 

A 844 
Grizzly Bear ■ .' 

When ynti ninrrx- a girl ,for 

I'll tk"- 

A 845, 
-Ail) t you coming out, lo-t 

nigdi t ■ ' . ; • ' ' 

Ii he cojnrcs in, Pm going 

'lut • ■■ , ., 

(,_) n t h e ]}■ • - yh uru5 



Fletcher Bros. 

."^fusic ncai<r-, • .1 '■. ■• treci 




HARRISON HOT 
SPRINGS, B.C. 

The most, noted Bummer" resort 
in the Pacific .Northwest. 

A PLACE FOR THE 

CONVALESCENT 

Situated only 70 m^it ttdin the 

eoast »ihll<l unsurpassed scen- 
ery. Write- fur de Hcrtpt tve boDk^~ 
IcCaha'" rates ' *" 



St. Alice Hotel 



IlarrlKoM H"t .'='prlngs, 'B.C; 



A rewanl of S 1 ."■ lin-.( ; ■•■ p. '.!!'■ I'M (■!<■ 
(lie Hcalp ,(rf a larj^e p.aiilher whIcU 
lifi.s been lurking in the woods neaii 
the Blologicnl HlattOn"fil'"T)eparfiire 
Hfi.v. It'.«- the regular .bounty and 
yr.'u g<t II wben you produce tho .icalp 
for the inspection at the govcr.nment 



To Preach Next Sunday. 
I 'I"!!" piiliiii o!" Kt. Andrew-'a Presb.v 
(I'll n ,li:)i..ii will be ■ occupied next 
.■-^liNilMy ill i'«iiii the morning and even- 
ing seryico by two ot the noted divines 
who arc visiting tho city at the liresont 
lime in connection with the /•inven- 
tions which are now In progress here. 
In the morning Dr. S. P. 'Rose of Sher- 
hovrne Methodist cluii"ch. Toronto will 
hold the pulpit and in the evening the 

Cambridge University,' England, will 
Prench. ■ / 

Subscribe for THE COLOIMIST 



The corner stone of the new Y. M. 
C. A. building; View and- Blanehard 
streets, vwriH be l ai d — fonually^ on 
Tuesday, the 16th insl., at 5 p. m. by 
His llopor. Premier McBride. An In- 
vitation extended tlie latter by the 
committee , in charge of the arrange- 
ments, which consists of Oapt. Mcin- 
tosh, A. J. Brace, C. 0. Mitchenerand 
I>r. WasBon, 1*^ beeii- aceepltd and 
preparation for the ceremony are well 
in hand. ' . 

J. i_,. Skejie, the contractor, has 
selected a splendid granlta block, and 
A. Stewart has been employed ty do 
the letterihg. It will be situated at 
the corner of tiie two Btrgets indicat- 
ed. On_the Bide facing View 'wiU be 
the enacftiHion, "JeBus Christ Him-' 
elf Being the Chief Corner Stone," 
while that on View will sittiplr-be the 
line "Erected, 1910.^' 

A copper box, of a suitable char- 
acter, has been designed. In it will 
be placed a Bible, a copy of th« con- 
st It irtt0tnjt~ttn5-Y. M. C.^ A., copies of 
the local dally paper.^,""'a brief type 
written hlistory of. the association, a 
ttHr^'OtttTtTOflriTfers and .■ rnemberHtitii'TJt 
the o;-ganl7.atlon, a programme of the 
proceedings of -tiie corner atone. laying 
ceremony, a list of the comniittees 
which secured the funds for the build- 
ing, and' a collection 6f-4fee- differ**-"" 
coins now in circulation in Can" "... 

ArrafigemcntH have bee»- ..arte for 
the erection of ji pla,*' ..■ for the ac-, 
comnutdatlon oC •'' >d guests.'' It \vi;i 
be placed o*- .-< rii*at . tioAiij. M»»i^ -^^^^t 

hundred Bv.n 'Zv--frt'«t*t*»*kii jx.a, 

McMlokIng, the president, will occupy 
the chair. The Lord Btehop of Co- 
lumbia, Rev. Dr. CHmpbelt, and Dr.. 
Carmen, gc nt^ral superintendent of the 
Mettiodist" conference, "Which then Tvttl 
be 'in session in VMctorla, will assist. 
Follbwing C. C' Mitchener will de- 
liver a brief address on as.ioclatlon 
w<w3c, -after which Premier McBriae 
will perform the ceremony of the oc- 
casion. 

I 
ieetted, arhong others, t^V the following: 
MenriberB- of the jirovinclnl gnvc/n- 
11. cut, niemberK of ])arlliiinent, mayor 
iind councillors (if Victojin, president 
of tho board of tr-ade,-pr-aj>i<V6nL of the 
('nnMilliui rliil'. Mipldent of thcVan- 
c'l I ' ' ' ■ ' ifTOlV'^U'" T.eiivruei 

tie , , i ' the Trades 'ind 

Labor ('ouncii, ih.' inllltafy autlinri- 
lir;; •cbool tru.^st'ee.s, the rnitod States 
past prewWenta m , . M. 

. . .\ . oiTii ITS and (llrect'M .tlvr 

'iTfrtClal: 

Preacli Tomorrow. 

.\.-\i .Siiiiili(.\' morning at i''itHt Pre;<- 
iiyterliui church, the Rev. Professor 
Bland, D. D., of Wesley College, \v!n- 



Foreit Fires ^ 
Fbrest fires In the woctds Hurri>und- 
ing Shuwnlgan lake have within the 
pa.st few (la>s done widcHproad dam- 
age. Pu.'isengers coming down on the 
K. & N. train last evening Ptatod that 
the flames are eating into the busli 
on all sides, and mucli tiinlier Is being 
lost. , For the past two week.sthe pni- 
vincial government has had a force 
of fourteen men enga.i?e<l fishtlng the 
fires, and their work bus resulted In 
much goo'I. The flryncss of > the sea- 
son ha.s been respon.silile for Tnan>' 
I Ires llirougliuut the di.strict. 



City 



Drain Skinner's Ftais • 
Engineer Smith has advised 



the streets committee that to complete 
the work of draining the low lands 
beyond the^ C^rayjllower road, known 
as Skinner's ^flats, a problem whicli 
Jias been before the council for some 
time, will cost t'Z.TiO for that portion 
of the work within the city and J3,605 
outside the city limits. The drain 
which It la proposed to lay will be 6,B40 
foet^ln length, and run from the Gorge 
to Victoria West. The engineer sug- 
gests that t|ie city solicitor confer 
with the provincial government rep- 
resenting the portion outside the city 
llmUs with a view of having the 
works completed. The matter came 
before the streets committee last 
night, and was: referred to the city 
id-soUcttor for report,- -■■--- 



May wpan Streof 



After muny requests, of Aid. Roae 
and t-he delay of over a year, the cross- 
ing over the E. & N. railway on the 
old Esquimau road Will be opened if 
the cost Is not prohibitive. _Th6 niat- 

lli^sf 



ter wa s referred to at Ikst night'a 
meeting of the street committee, when 
the city engineer recommended that 
a public crossing bit opened. The 
hallway cbmmission by order dated 
March 16, 1309, ordered the opening 
of tl»e street, but set no time limit 
within which the work Is to be. done. 
To open k crossing will require some 
grading, and the ' removal of sorhe 
rock and trees, the railway corripany 
being bound to do the grading and 
necessary planking, the city to main- 
tain It afterwards. The <;lty engineer 
and solicitor will be asked to ascer- 
tain the cost of opening a crossing. It 
will be nece88ar>' to expropriate some 
land to permU of a free view of the 
railway being secupod by those using 
the street. 



QUEEN CHARLOTTE ROADS 

Masset Will Shortly bo Linked Up 

With Other Settlements by 

Waggon Roads 

A new office has been created for the 
road superintendent of the Skeena dis- 
trict, \vhich Includes -the Queen Char- 
lotto • Islands, ,wlth- headquarters at 
Prince Rupert. In future any corres- 
pondence relating to roads, trails, 
bridges or wages should be addressed 
to the superintendent at Prince Ru- 
Pert. . ,. T" : 

More good work has been done this 
summer on the roads and trails than 
ever before. The money Is being Ju- 
diciously spent and there is- some sys- 
tem In laying out the work vvhTcTi is 
giving better results all round. Mr. 
Ij. O. Jennings has just vrsited the 
various roada under cohstruction on 
•Moresby Island and a:t -tawn Mill and 
is well pleased with the progress made^ 
The. waggon road- froiB Skldgate In- 
dian Village to the Tl-Bl river' will be 
a "great l)Oon to the settlers In that 
district when complet?5?ir Foreman 
Schug reports that a waggon can go 
aa far as Miller Creek from the Indian 
village. It Is Intended that .this road 
will connect with the one now being 
built fronf Masset to Cape Fife on the 
east coast, thus linking up Masset and 
the other districts with Queen Char- 
lotte CU..V. where the government of- 
fice wilrTbe located. Branch trails are 
to run from the main road to Drain's 
and the fnTftfTsettlement at I^awn Hill. 
Bridges will be built over Miller Creek, 
Lawn Hill Creek and the Tl-el river. 
On Moresby Island a good trail la be- 
ing put through from Sewell to. Tasso 
Harbor, suitable for a pack horsp. 

SEEK IDENTIFICATION 



purtaitiCKhli) — County court tutes, order 
ill., r. IV ; order v., r. J — j|,»rincjvui uuU 
ugvtu— tionuntiiiiluu. 

x>. whu Had been a member of a firm 
doing bUHinesti uuuer lue iinn name 
of ni»i ir'acixic, Lmihi Cuuipatiy, reiirtu 
iroiu the iirm alter ia« rvbicjirauuii 
ol itit) sttiiie unuer fue i:'artnenfnip 
Atft, _ieji,ving K., u married womau, 
aole parinei. ouuseuuciilly to jtuJi le- 
tUfcineiii iiiu tiansuctioii in queutiou 
111 inia action arose. 

lielu mat it; was entitled to sue lu 
the uouuiy cuurt uaueruiuer ill., ruie 
li. uiiu taut .uuiiougii ijiie was a mut- 
ned \\oiimu, oruer v., rui« o, uiu iiui 
^lf>V^y iJi yiie circumsiances. 
' ileld luriher. on the lacta that B..^ 
waa entuieu to the comuuBSlon sued 
for. 

dix C. li. Tupper, K. C. for appel- 
iam; ivappelt- lur i-esponuent. 



tBeiore Gregory, J.) 

Rex v. Kiiamat AH — t-;riliuual law-^ 
j.uiiviction by ponce magistrate— cruu- 
Inui Code, aeCLlon 1 1 1 — ttpiuicatluii gt 
to Bruisn Coiumbia^-^cuy ot WiU-: 
couver — populatiuu — jjunuulyn ceiisua 
— Judicial notice. ' 

ejection 'ill uL the code, uh unit.'ndLLl 
by cliapter a tDoiniiUuu. lyui', is ap- 
piicubic to tile pruvjuCe of lirith*!! Co- 
lumbia. ,. , ■ 

JuUicial notice v.Ul be taken ot 
Doniuuuii ceiiaus relurna. 

Where, thereUue, llie code, by said 
ainetiuinciu gives juriadicnoii in i.er- 
tuia cases to. ijohce luagiatraies lor 
cuies huNinti a popululiua ui z.mv nad 
over. 

Held that tlic censua returna for ilic 
city of Vancouver, having betrli pub- 
hsiicU by authority of a Donuaion 
•statute, the court will take cognizance 
ul aucn a notonuua fact wituout re- 
quiring tornial proof. 

Wuoda, I A i'.uL', i...r the priauaer. 

(Befuru L.ainpman, Co. J.) 
Re Balmoral, Unilted: / Lawsyn, tlf. 
(J.J applied lor an extension 01 time 
in winch to file a notlcje as to com- 
pensation in connection with the 
Fort street widening, the period hav- 
ing been allowed Vo lapae through an 
oversight. 

Matdtarmid. for the city, consented 
10 the order asked for. the application 
having been made with promptness on 
discovery of the ovcrsigh-t. An order 
was made accordingly extending thfc 
tiwe-untll midday next Monday. 



AMUSEMENTS 

New Grand Theatre 
Club swinging, while standing on 
anothgr's head, the latter marching up 



Some One Who Known Haney Will 

Look Over Prisoner at Dillon.' 

Monttina 



and down .stairs with the burden, Is 
another of the many surprises which 
the Fassla Trio has uncoiled on VIcr 
torla audiences at the Grand theatric 
this week. Startling and thrilling a.g 
this act really i.s ILs accomplishment 
by these performers is so well execut- 
ed that their difficult feats appear 
simple. Loud peals of laughter follow 
th<x act of Williams arid Weston, for 
these German aristocrats are come- 
dians of rare excellence. Bell and 
Richards are one of the best Grand 
turns this week, with many musical 
Instruments. Grey and Peters asj cycl- 
ists and Free Setters four are two acts 
that win all the tfme. The song and 
pictures are billed and are pleasing 
an4 e^it^irtalrtlng. 

The Mikado Only, 
it Is to be regretted that the Nation- 
al OperA company engagement^ has 
-l)een cut to one night Instead of two. 
-aa. ori gi n ally billet^. Hdwever. It can't 
be avoided, as the ne_xt stand after 
Victoria is Seattle, and the boat does 
not 'arrive at Seattle till 9.30 p.m., 
^o It will be necessary to lay the com- 
pany off Tuesday njght In order to 
open its Seattle engagement on Wedn- j 
esday Aug. 17. The National Opera 1 
company as an orgiinization is new to 
Victoria musl^. loyer.s, Haut many of 
Us principal ar^tists will be remem- 
bered from previous visits here with 
other operatic organizations. Miss 
Alda Hemml the primadora has sung 
hipr way Into public favor here on 
two or three occasions and Mr. 
James Strlveris, baritone, and Mr. 
Frank Preisch, basso, are no£ strahg- 
er.s on the boards of the Victoria, Miss 
Klvia Crox Seabrooke, contraito and 
Mr. Al. Sykjes, comedian have played In 
Victoria before while Mr. Geo. Kunklfer 
Imffo- comedlan,"^)a8 been seen nearly 
^v ery » c e twii nn -at— t4»e-iecal plav^ixruse. 
The' company will arrive by boat-frotn 
Vancouver on Sunday which will enr 
able the members to enjoy a sight see- 
ing tour^of beautiful Victoria and its 
envlroriments._ The bill decided upon 
for the one night (Monday) Js Gilbert 
& Sullivan's Mikado. A sumptuous 
mounting, electrical and costuming 
parphernalla Is carried by the com- 
pany for the production of the old 
satyrlcal masterpiece, the peer of 
which hks never eminated from pen of 
play writer. The story of Mikado is 
so well known that It would be .a 
waste of apace as well' as the time of 
the ordeal to outline it here. Th6 pro- 
duction is promised as complete in 
every detail, with a full orchestra, a 
large chorus of selected voices and an 
unexcelled cast of principals. It is the 
first offering of the season and prom- 
ises to be one of the most pretentious: 
Tho seat sale already Indicates a ca- 
pacity house, so that it behooves any- 
one desirous of a gogd seat to, secure 
same at once. 



In an effort to identify the^nian whcr^ 
is now he''" at Dillon, Montana, 
chai-ged .irfr' holding up ,. the State 
Bb^' of Dillon, and who, the provtn- 
..rtl police authoritl«»8 hereH>elieve ^« 
William Haney wanted foi; the mur- 
der of Special Constable Decker, who 
was shot nnfFR'Uled by Haney on the 
night of June 2S last year near Ash- 
croft, some person who Is personally 

,^;....„.:c_ ■ with Haney will be sent 
by the police authorities to" Dillon. 
Who- this person will be the policel do- 
not state, but It wlU'be some one who 
has known Haney In the past, and who 
can positively identify him. 

No- further' word hais b^en received 
f;i'prn Sheriff Oo.«'— -:• a Dillon. He 
has bee^ir^sked t. 1 close watch 

on i .th« i.-<»ftn—l>ekl-TMr thill rfRLcei'anJ'Tn" 



case the prisoner }s releaaed on the 
charge of bank rr>bbery to detain him 

nvitatlohs lire being prtntCTT-^WI y,^'^ f^'® Pf,''''''!^"'''- 

,„,rl «mnno. ofbt^rH t,S H,^ fnllnrvlnrr- t""""'' Whether ,the prlSpnCt- Ond Hanoy 

are one apd the sAme_man. Should 
the Identity' be established It will be 
•tlie. icrrainatlon- Of a long chase which 
has li*«tefl-f^r-ov«p-ft-year, and during 
wlil^ch the liollcc of the entire North 
American contlhefilliave been on tllQ 
oul vivo to secure the reward of 'f^Tj 
offered for Haney's capture and cori"' 
victlon. , ', 

LEGAL INTELLIGENCE 



Court of Appeal 
r.iriliv l„in(l Co., \. .liinileson — 
partnert^hip — married woman .sole ' re- 
maining pQJtlier -action In name of 



Pan taflea Theatre Ton i ght 



— Ten~xent show lasting onfe hour -aiid 
fifteen „minutca .' with" performances 
consisting of high class . professional- 
vaudeville, excellent — motion picttires, 

"and Tin^ a.iiia<tcui va udeville contest by 
local talent for cash prizes consti- 
tutes an enterta l nrn e nt that Is guar- 
anteed to make the most prominent 
critles take notice &nd to more-than 

^-Eii ' n se all who seek after amusement 




Carborundum 
Stones 



Knifa Sharpanara 

Oil Stonaa, tl.25 to 

Ship Stonaa, 40c, 35c and 

Combination, tl.'lZ 

Axa Stonaa; .,/:..';;>; 

Machiniats ...'..,...... ... 

Pocket Hones 



. . .2Bo 

, ...eoo 

. . .30© 
..91.00 
...35c 
. ..35o 
. .1$o 



DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 



6^8 Yates Street 



Cor; Government Street 



Would You Throw Away 
Money? No 



Then buv what vnu need in the Grocery l.iiie from 



"tr 



Copas & Young 



The Grocery Firm that has made il its business to SAVE 
YOU MONEY. Nothing like convincing facts. Try an order 



We have secured another lot of SCHRAM FRUIT JARS. 
Note the Pric?: 

Pints, per dozen 65<^ 

Quart.s, per dozen .... 90<^ 

Half gallon.s, per dozen ^1.10 

INDEPENDENT CREAMERY BUTTER, 

,'3 lbs. for ....'.... ."u . ^1.00 

S^UPERFINE TOILET SOAP, 9 cakes for ....25^ 

PURNEL'L'S PURE MALT VINEGAR, qiiart bottle. .15^ 
OGILVIE'S FAMOUS ROLLED OATS,'8-lb. sack. . . .35f^ 
CALGARY RISING SUN BREAD FLOUR, per sack ?1.75 

CANADA FIRST CREAM, lai^gc 20-oz.„car( 10^ 

CALIFORNIA SULTANA R.AISLNS, per packet .S^^ 

DADDY'S. FAVORITE SAUCEr2 bottles for ....... .25^ 

LOCAL PLUMS, large basket 25< 

COOKING At^PLES, 6 lbs. for 25<> 

. NICE LOCAL PEARS, 6 lbs. for 25< 



.-_i «**.-■-,( ii^. 



Pedlar^ of cheap baking powder Ka"<^e tibatitflortty'ftir taking 

Orders in our name 



Copas & Young 

^THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 

Corner Fort an4 .Broad Streets 

Phones 94.and 95. Quick Delivery. Phones 94-and, 95. 



THE MAILS 



Vancouver and Eastarn Canada 
Close dally at 1.40 p. m. and 11 p. m. 
Due dally 2.46 p. m. and 7 p. m. 

United Kingdom 




of the laugh compelling kind. Sho\v6 
run continuously tonight. Go at any 
..time between 7 and -li o'clnnk _ . 



Deafness Cannot Be Cured 

by ideal applications, as they, cannot 
roach the diseased portloift of the ear. 
THiere is oply one way to cure deaf«. 



ness, and that _ is by constitutional 
remedies. Deafnes is caused by an 
InfVamcd condition of the mucous lin- 
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When 
this tube Is tnllamed ^'ou -have^ a 
rumbling sound* or iinperfect hearing, 
and when It Is ent irely closed, DeAT- 
neas Is the result and imleas the In- 
flnmmatlon ca n bo t a ken -^ut >nnd this 
tube restored tn Its normal condition, 
'iv..irlng will be des'trrtyed forever; nln©^ 
eases otif of tf>n are cau.sed hy Cat- 
'arrh, whhh Is nothing but an inflam- 
ed condition of live mucous "Surriicoa. 

We will give One Hundred ndlliir.'? 

foT any case of Deaftiess (oansed tliy 

catarrh) that cannot he cured hy llall's 

t'atnrrh Cwrc. ^cnd for circulars. free. 

F. .T. rilENKY-ArO., -Toledo; G. 

Sold l).y Orugglsta, 75c, 

Tftkr-tJall's Family IMIIs iur consti- 
pation. * , 



Close ' Tuesdjiy, Thursday and Fri- 
day, 11 p. m. ; parc el post Friday, 6 
p., m. ;. 

Due Monday and Tuesday 1 p. ta^; 
■Wednesday 7 p. m. 

China and Japan 

Close July 15, 16, 25, 27. Aug. 1. 

Due July 14, 16, 19. 21, 28. Aug. 1. 

Australia and New Zealand 

Close July 13, 16, 26. 
Due July 26, 27. 29. 

Honolulu 

'close July 16, 16. 22, Aug. 5. 
Due July 19, 27, 29wAug. 1. 
Franoe via Halifax 
Close July 16, 23, 30. 
Dawaon, Atlin, White Horae, Eta. 
Close on Saturday at 1.46. p. m. 
Due, uncertain. 

Stewart 
Close Wednesday at H p. nv:'dueon, 
Monday. • 

l^ririca Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 
Eaaington, Etc 

~ Close Tuesday. Thurvday akttd^ Satur- 
day. 1.46 p. m, _ I. _.,.,.. j_. ... 

_Due Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day. 

Clayoquot and Way Porta 

Close, iBt, 7th, 15th. 20th o^, each 
month. -T- ' 

Due, 4 th, 12tb. 18il| Alid 28th of each 
month. :"~ 

Seattle and Eaatarn United Statas 

Close, 4.30 p. m. dally; due 7 a. m. 
dally, except ounday iind 1 p..XQ. dally. 
Quataino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot 

Close 7th and 20th of each month. 
Pue 13t h and 28th of each month. 
X QuatamP. vu>- Port Hardy 

Close July 20, 26. 
- . Di* e - J^y-4a.r 28.. : . 



TVie destruction of the houie fly is • public 
duty. Almost ev«j Ameiic«n State Booid of 
Hckith Xi carrying on > ,cm»»dc against him. 

His filthy origin and habits, and the fact that 
his body is genetaliy laden with disease-producing 
germs, makes him' one of the greatest enemici of 
the human race. 

If the hou-ickccpers of Canada will us« 

WILSON'S 

Fly Pads 

penistently, this peril would be tremendou»Iy 
reduced. 



JCodaks 



end 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 



at 



Maynard's Photo 
Stock House 

TIB Panflora atr^ — Pljona S-360, 



- Comox, Cumberland, Ete. LJ 

Close Tuesday, ThuMday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. -:;■;-- 

Due; Tuesda y 12,10 and Wednesday, 
FTiaSS' and Sunday, 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V. &. S. Poimta I 

<nose daily except K\ind»iy, 7 n. m. I 
btio dally excftpt Sunday 7 p. m. 

Alberni I 

Close IW, 7th, 15th. 20th of enrh j 
month (by steamer) and by rail Mon- 
day, Wednesday. Friday, 3.30 p. m. 
Nanaimo and E. A. N. Pointa 

CIO.'*? dally, except Sunday 8.30 n. 
m.; .^.ao p. m. 

Due dally, except Sunday, 1'2.10 ii. 
nj., and ,7 p. m. 



If You Want 
GOOD PAINTING 



You will find UB best ^tilted to 
{\n th» lull jifrfeot. Prices ro-m- 



C. H, Tite & Co. 



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ffaoonn^anddd by thn mndioal pro(«aaia« t« 
•anfasuard a^aioat iniootior ' iiaanaaa. (» 



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eaturaay, August is, \ifm 



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Just Received 



■MMriiw->-»fr".ri>riaiiiiwtiawaaBii«iw*ifciii>i*^^ 



New Shipments of 
Electroliers in Ex- 
clusive Handsome 



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Designs 



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HINTON ELECTRIC CO.Ld. 



Government: Street. 



Victoria, B.C. 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




bept 



Xmas Term Commences 

At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Bnck IJui'iiing. 
AcconimoiiaLion for 120 iJorders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction :' Football and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Ranpfe. 
■ RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGlL.L AND R.M.C. 

„ WARt)EN: - 

Rey. VV, W. Bolton, M.A., C-ambridge, 

• -: P RINCIPALS: 

R.. V, Plarvey, M.A., Camb.. J. C. Barnacl e,' JEsq., Lond. Unr/^ 

, assisted by a xeoident staff of University Men. 

For Prospectus Apply fhe Bursar. 



Havergal Ladies' College 

TORONTO 

Principal, MISS KNOX 

RE-OPENS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

Thorough edii cation on modern lines. Preparation for honor 

7natriculaticnn"and oth.er-,examinations. Separate. Junior School, 

Dornestici-sciencc'liepartrncnt. gymnasitrm, out-doOr games, 

skatiiig rink and swimming bjath. ^ \. ,' ' " ' — -> 

For illustrated calendar and prospectus apply to the 

Bursar. '< . ■ '•■' ' - -. 



R. MILLICftAMP, 

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer. 



ASHBURY COLLEGE 

ROCKCLIFFE PARK, QTli'A'WA 



Resident 

School 

for 

Boys 




i^> 



Resident 
School- 

for 
Boys 



T-arpp, new flroproof huilriir gs. Perfect sanitation. Beautiful and 
vf-ry hc'iilth.v situation on high g round ouliiae city. _ Ten acres o f play - 
Irigr fields. Largo up-to-datiagymnasfuni. Junior department for lit- 
tle- boys. ^ ■ ; _ ■ , , 

in 1910 entrance' examinaticn f&r R. M. C. the school obtained first 
place on t4ie list. All candidates sent in passed. 

•■' ■■"•'L will; i-<^"P'-iv S<-p|..t>ilif!- i:;ili, ll'in. l-^.r rnioiidfir ni.ply to 

REV. GEO. P. WOOLLCOMBE. M. A. rOxonl Tloiidmnstor 




In Wo maa's Realm 







HERE ANP THERE 

Wc'HHhr-Avomen tir<» mrlrd for many 
thlnfiH hy their poorer wlatftrs. Yft 
iu>rhaii.«<' If they km-w all, those whoan 
ihH'H iiiMst be Hiiciit ill hard \',in-k and 
nlio h.ivc to', deny Ltieniseivt'S thu 
grailUculliMi Of mirfi7"'trfe!jlreH urp, on 
tliu , wliult;, not l(?ss happy than ihany 
of tiiuMf whost) means ac-oni to. tht'in 
unJhnllwi. L'^ , \ 

Tbx' rli'hest women ca.rxnot.eai-- Or. 



s' 



St. George*s 
School 

Rocklr.nd Avenue, Victoria, B. C. 

BESIBENTIAI. AND DAY 8CHOOI. 

rOU GIRLS. 

lli'I'i'r('nri--j ii.Tinilti-.i i.. 11;^ ll-'i, h. 
till! r Ji'Ut.-( ii>\ i-Mnof; I'reniier iMclinili-. 
tho Ul.slipi) of Columbia, etc. _ Moderate, 
fens: -!*tfiff— ef-'-fcJngllsli' JAdles. 
' Xina.s term hexliis tiepteitiber i; bQA|:;d- 
prs rniirrt AilK-usl' .•'.1'. 

lllu.sl r;it.Ml pr ...-iiic.-i ii.s ■mi appllentlon. 
FKINCIPAZ., MKS. ST7TTIE. 

BRU NOT HALL 

sp3>j: '* 

A Boarding- and Day School for OirU. 



A church Nciiool \vho«« aim is tho 
very be.sl in Instructors and equipment- 
t;he<>rfni. hoinelH'" luiiliioii' - wliole- 
soiiip cllmiit.*^-: Ic^ hall; 
private theatrici ures a7a 
thi? art ."(rudlo, giviiiK Instruction In 
dlfferoTit art branr'tTes-and the t*usin du- 
parlnient witli Its staff of foreign 
trained iiistructoi's. Ci rtificate adiulta 
to riinltli, WeUesIey and other eastern 
colleges. For further-lnftfrmatlon. arf- 
dress, - -^^ ■ 

JULIA P. BAir.EY. Principal 

Spoltane. Washington. 



FORTY-FOURTH VEAB ' 

Wylceham Hall, 

^ 1 *| A Residential and 
^rl|nitl Day School I or Girls. 

Full Matricul»yori_Cou^se_as _well_as 
elementary work, Domestic Arts, Musicj" 
and Painting:. Centrally situated, yet WUh 
Urge grounds. Lawns for Tennis and 
other gaiTies. iSkating Rink, and good 
Gymnasium, For Calendar atJply to j- 

"School re-opens September, 13th, 1910 
at 10 a. m.. 



TORONTO 
CONSi:RV,\TOR^' 
0!" MUSIC 

EDWARD riSKER. l^ItlS DOC. 
;,, . MU8ICAI. PIBECTOK, 



RE-OPENS^ 

;;^3ftipr 'the' fiflmmer ' irulidayii 
I3I»riiur«day, 'Septeiubax„ 
Send for »«0»|^i' •Went , Book. 



CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OP 
EXFRESSZOIT 

P. H.'lCrtUK?ATJllCK. jMuJ).. PtlncipaJ 

Public Reading, Oratory, Physical and' 

Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art And Lltera 

ture. 

Special Calendar. 



Trinity 
College 
School^ 

Pert Hope. Onf. 



RrsfffpTittal 



Healthy situation 
I'lreppoof '• Baild 

Am 



£xtetislve t»lay- 

~^oahds( large 

.Gymnasium. Skat- 

Mng Rinks, etc. ~. 

lioys iirepanii for the Univer«iitie8, 

Rojal Militiiry C'ollege, anxi Busineaa. 

.Spsecial attention ifiven to. younffer iKjys. 

---._??ii5=.Lt£rj:n' bj^rifi Hept. 14. Now boys 

must Jceport orT Sept. 13. 



13 



Ar Cklt^dar aftdpHin/ormatibn 

cipptv In Ihf Hhidmtiitfr 



Kev. OSWALD RIGBY. M. A. (CaBbrliioe). ULD. 
PoaT HOPE. ONT. 

James Bay Academy 

A Private Hiifh School 
Aoadamlo Separtinaut — I'ull inutrlcu- 
lation in Xmn years, s^tudenta prepared 
ffr H P. 1,. S. ami other exnmlnationBi' 
Splendid matrloolatlon sucoeasea tMa 
faimmer. ' \ 

CommeTclal Department — A fully 
'H|iniiij...i , nioderii Bualneaa Oollagre In 
clini'K"^ Of an exi)erleiieeil Commercial 
Specialist, n Oold Medalist la CireRK 
sii'Ttiiiind Text books furniahaA fre* to 

"students of tlUs department. — .V , '. ^ 

Day and Evening' CUaBFM... 
.Ailili ••.M.M ul ) l?)ijii irie.ts' to 

The Pxlnolpal, Jameo Bay Academy, 



w*mmt 



drink more tlian her nelKhhor who.'je 
husimnd auiJiilleH her with a modest 
nllowanee and it ia to b.e doubted if 

•her costly dishes are cither more 

^\ holeaonie oi- more aijpetiaiiig than 
tIn.KS,. .siini)lfi- ones made by the care- 
I'ui and ilitt:lU(;eiit lujusewite. 

'JJj> dress well Is, after 'all, " tnore a 
matter of laste than of money, that 
is, a great deal of inonej'. 'I'lxiu.sainla 
of women In moderate eircuni.titan(ea 
lool< v,aH— vreti— rnrthp^ eyes of the artist 
as those who wear ■ costly fabi'ir.s. 
l'"lowor.s ma\' bo as beautiful as .lewelH 
througti tile heart of woman loves gold 
and gei.UH. • 

Kut there are two tijiuR-s cspeciully 
which tlie woman without mori(!y can- 
not ilo. The.v Diust liep poverty wlth- 
ouf-belng able to relieve It, and they 
cannot find either money or leisure for 
enteitaiiimiiit. It is to the cri'dlt of 
woinanliOod that .so many ladies, botli 
in tlrijut IJiitian and in the tTnited 
States hu'Ve devoted the wealth that 
ha.s come into their hands to the re- 
lief ~fir'ttt1?T"reK,>i. There are no more 
enrne.st or !iti.\- wiser philanthroplHts 
than Alr.s" Hiissell Suge, IVIrs. \'ander- 
bllt, Mla.s Helen Gould and many 
others on triTH~'oontinent. 

In Great Britian rich women give 
not only of their means but ofLUem- 
eelves to the heuv.V tasK' of lesaening 
the poverty and degrkdatlon in large 
cities. What thousands of InTTIVidauls 



only of her own land, ' but of other 
European countries. Oth*ir ladies have 
followed tho lead of this brilliant wo- 
nfnn and those vhtrl<»v« ;poetry or mtt - 
sic meet at the homes of other 
wealthy women, some of them of high 
I'ank. No better use could bo made of 
money than this of encouraging a lu\e 
o;' vvhat tends to elevate 'and relino 
and it is a vworthy ambition for- an. \' 
\voiiian to be ritte<l t() nuike her hoiiie 
a centre of such culture. 



Many 8|)eHker3 and writers are nnw 
discussing the high cost, of Ilvtiig and 
It.s causes. Among the.'ife - Roger U'. 
ijabson, an ei,'on6ftYrst" ana; lecturer "'lit'-' 
ftire llarvai'd and London- university 
among other places', tells the people 
that they are spending too niuch on 
luxuries. Among- the.se, he classes a.u- 
toniobile.s. Tliis year The people ot^ tlie 
United States are sjiending $700,000,- 
900 In the manutacturu and purchase 
of these' machines. This, he believes. Is 
too much to pay for i)leasape — UiV the 
gi'e.'iter number of motors are, lip Wi 
the present, used for the n.museinent' 
of the wealthy. 

.. Hut Mr. Babson^showfi tli:(l tberi- \\v>' 
misn.v or~^«' ways in vvhb-h .muiii.s, .wniall 
in- t U e m se lrr»S"'n-rt>"-jrpT' lUzr^"^ etf""nT"n i e 
aggregate withdraw large amounts 
from prrrductive Industries. He- points 
out that men and women no longer 
ran . scarcely do, one woman whosefdean their 'Tcrwjr. shoes .-.ajid...-lh.at, in 



wmmmmmmmmmm 




$120 



and 



$180 



Jap Organs.' $-20.oo -to .... 
Several Used Organs froii 



.^40.00 
$30.00 



MmjVAlTT & Co., Ld. 

Piano and Music House 1004 Government Street 



m 




heart is in the tvork and who is rich 
i'nough to^-arry out her plans may ac- 

5^>mpll8ti,„_ " 

Withimt me^ns and tho hi .: a hlch 
U affords, the entertainment even of 
intimate and congenial friends becomes 
ditiieult. Society has indented substi- 
tutes foi* the. meetings of friends in 
the ball room and the public dance and 
■Itorxiry- .^anrt — mmtU^-^ entp rttUh m<j n t s . 
The thf^tre Is In a class by ttself and 
no private entertainera could till Its 
place. Churches endeavor to bring 
people together 'In social, meetijlgs, {lut 
^jrayable a^-these are, and useful as 
Is the purpose they serve, they must 
■ ueyo aa a rlly — leek something of the 
pleasure to be gained when all the 



guests have common tastes arid Inter- 
cata;>. ..The.sa-nw^hlng may be said of 
th.e fraternal societies which do use- 
ful work in bringing people together. 

In these days hostesses endeavor to 
bring iiir their friends and acquaint- 
ances together at least oiice In the 
season. V\ ■ : affairs are. 

they do no; ire of either 

men or wu.n.n i..i mumate Inter-^ 

Cour8»>. It is wcnre ely pri«;ff lh|t» In a I „ „ 

crowded rooiil to Interchange thought ' ^'"^'^ 
or even to inake friendly enquires. But 
these gatherings answer, a purpose in 
-litrgc coimmunltlea. .They Keep people 
In touch wltlt each othfer, which, after 
wli; is som-ethlng. - 

But more la needed. EneB of ««, In 
our own -way, can do something, lif 
ever so little, to make our homes cf^n- 
te'rs of friendship and good fellowship, 
and lf.il may' be, of culture. But It is 
only those who have large means who 
can collpct Kroun^l them many friends 
whose tastes are slixillar and who have 
it In, their power to' elevate as well as 
to aniurfe and delight. This la what 
uned to be done in the saloons of older 
daya. There are in almost air large 
<itte8 women who laakiv their dancing 

ron ' T •' loaders either in 

|LV' i^jal world. This 

'» < ■'! •■- i n Brussels, the 

i_— { cfrpUar of BeU , he^ within the 

past .lO years \\ \\ \ high po attlona 

have come to take a keen interest in 
■the .ijestln - liter'arur*^. music' atuT art: 
..3!Ws Is largely due to 4he-krfluefK»e-<rf 
one woman, Madamlselle Benard. 
who fdr 30.y<»arB has assembled around 
her aji ever-growing circle of friends. 
The La dy:a Realm aays-of this lady: 

"Gifted -with extraordinary intelli- 
gence herself, possessed of Wide liter- 
ary knowledge ;an(l ft remarkable mem- 
ory, and blessed with that sensibility 
of soul that appreciates at Its true 
value all that Is good. and beautiful In 
literature in its widest sense, it Is yet 
dramatic art which has always held 
llrst place In Mile. Benard's affection. 
And probably because her quick Imagi- 
nation could always itself supply the 
setting for the chkracters of a plot, she 
has always found almost a? much cn- 
hcnOOl lor Kay* -Joytnent in reading a good play a« In 
%vatchlng one. act«d. 

Althoutftt this lady " was rich and 
4*ved- Iti A very fine house, her 
jsaJon, be^ah lii a very moffest way. 
Hhe loved to read aloud nn<? as she 
read exceedingly Well, every one who 
knew her was Anxious to hear her. 



The pleasure was aU the greater when 
other readerpi.— many 'pf t.hem noted 
actors, J*ninejdt.-ijttl>h hfw In interpreting 
favorite plays. Now, alt hough ahe Is 
a very oivi lady, her salon Is crowded 
by the most distinguished people, not 



Dn a warm day it is 
really refreshing to use t 



Corrig Coll 



llPPERCANAD^^iCQLLEGE 



TORONTO 



FOUNDED 1829 



nt '- • I II • I 
'\ ,|i 1 II II >,l 11 If 



III til '" " " '"» L« ill 



CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 

n Tuesday, Scplciii- Caurit<-« Inr TJnivrrsity, Kciy.il 



Auliimn Trnn begins 
lirl 1 1th. _^" 

Ezamloalioias Tor TJStrancc ScI;|olarship5. 
. tiaturdoy, Scpti-mh'T I7tii. ^ 

H. W. AUDEN. MJV. 



Coursrn lf>r TJnivrrsity, 

Collrgc rtc. 
Senior :infl I'rcp^rnfory JVhools in w|'<r""" 

l)iii!diuKs ICvrry inadi-rii cuuipiiiciil. 

Cambridge^ Principal 

T i""T~-r-irff-iiiririi mi mi 



^f 1 



7.^10 



teg J 

Baaoon Sill Park Victoria, B. C. 

SeT<^ctr niBn-Giado I lay njn.l 
1-ioardlng t.'ollege f<M- -Hoys of ,S 
iu IB years. Kfflnemctita of 
■ ■' I : ; 'lirfted gentlemen's homo 
lieacon lllil I'ark. Nuni- 
i-! I ii.' 1 Outdoor sports, i're- 
,'.i;''ii' I'-: KuHlness' Llfoor^Pro- 
ii-Hhi«piiai "I, University examiria- 
tloHH. Keci^ UicluHlve and strlct- 
|ly moflernle. A few vu.-anci..N nt 
niitiimii tirni. Scpii mli,.,- I.-.i, 
Principal. J. W. CHDKCH. M.A. 



tALVERTS 

Carbolic Toilet Soap, 

and any day it is a good soap to 



^\ choose, for yo uwant a «oap th^t^ 
[^ - is pure and cleansing, you like a 
j «oap thai is pleasantljj' pcFfutned, , 
and an nnfiscptic soap like this, 
•cohtainii..; 10 pure Carboljc^-~ 
an ample proportion— protects 
you against risk o( contagion. 

Spld at Local Stores and 
TDrugp,i«t», 1 5 ceiitt * ubtel. 

For "wmplis »end a ceftt. ttamp to 

F. C. CAI.VF.RT & Co. 
349, porch'T-'i'''- ^t West, 
MoHTiii';/, 1 



Queen's Academy 

2715 Rock Bay Avorrne. 




Htles the -work of doing so gives work \ 
to a great many people vvhb \s'ould bo-t 
better , employed in j.roducfog the | 
ru'cessarles of life. 

Ten: years ago, this economist points 
out, twelve per cent of the people were 
employed in mij.nufacturing luxuries, 
rtvo years the number had risen to 
twenty per cent. In the meantime the 
demand for necessities has increased 
while the proi)or-llon of those employed 
in producing them has grown smaller. 
Yet It Is better„to spend money on 
luxuries than riot to spend it at all. 
Money invested in productive enter- 
prises goes on doing good. The $100 
ua id to a railroad navvv helps to pro - 
vide transportaUtm wHere It does not 
exist or tp imite Jt: 4>tfeftPgg yliWI» it 
does. " **■ "" ..' . 

The difference between wise and 
foolish sjiendlng Is one in the study 
of whlcih women are Interested. Es- 
pecially (on this continent and to a 
greater degree In the west, thrift Is not 
esteemed a virtue by most women. Na. 
ture has been very bountiful and till 
we haVe been content to enjoy 
that bounty with little thought of the 
future. If the iilgh cost of living shall 
have tiie effect of taking people from 
unproductive-, employments to the 
wholesome life of the farm It will not 
prove an unmixed evil. If, in addition, 
worpen will learn that there are many 
things for which money is spent which 
make people neither happier nor -bet- 
ter, necessity will have proved an ex- 
cellen4-4eacher. , 



. The failure of a :large proportion of 
the boys. and girls in the public schpols 
of Ontario to piass the examinations 
for entrance into the high scTroaffir has 
given rise to much unfavorable com- 
'meht. Arithmetic was the fatal paper 
and the department was ol*llged to 
change the standard'-tn order to admit 
a reasonable number of the candidates^ 

But. this did not satisfy the cHtlcs. 
Articles' are' "belnjr'^'fitten^H^aTfiSi:: 
-ft^ole.examlnatloh system., The result 
will be the raising of tibe-puhllc school 
course In the province of Ontario so 
that boys and girls who do not In- 
tend to teach or eiiter the university 
can be prepared for their llfe-'s work 
without going to high school. What- 
ever may be the result of this in 
Toronto and other .d ties _p,eoj>ie of 
British 'Columbia. _wouid be sorry' to 
see It adopted 'here. It js possible for 
children, to complete that course before'" 
they are old enough to go to work ai>d 
they are greatly benefited by it. The 
Scotch have a proverb "Learning is no 
load to carry^" arid evorj" year shows 
that there Is no work a man can do 
W'hich he will not do better, the more 
he knows. 

But there Is little doubt that be- 
fore long examinations as a test for 
promotion In schools will be greatly 
modified' or, done away with. If teach 
era were-henest nTfr'tTrtl nn rfilrirnt |i _ 
would not be necessary to malfe a 
child's promotion deprfend tlpon a single 
test. Most teachers are consclienttoua 
and those whoi are Inefficient should be 
dismissed. Examinations have their 
uses, but their value has. been greatly 
overestimated. .Men and women were 
well educated before the days of ]iro- 
rnotlon examinations. They are fast 
passing away from Canadian life and 
there', is a cry for leaders of thought 
in the political and the rellglouis world. 
Will the boys and giria tnilnert in 
j^radfed schooj^ , be ready to fill tho 
vacant j>laces? . 



FOR SUNDAY'S DESSERT 

PLUMS OR MELONS? 

But I) arc c(| uaHy nice ii~^clci^}.e4 Iwjrev Priced properly, 

Imo, for i.)tircliasers; -=■'-' ■-■'-■---^■-^-■■''''^'-'•■■'f:-' ' :^-.^~.,i^n; . -itr — — ^ ^ 

RED PLUMS, -kc-t •.._.. r^feferris^' 

WATERMELONS, ^aghjse ancU.-> • H • • . :25^ 

.T..io^ 

.^l.OQ 



B. C. CREAM, per lim 



./.«■ 



;• %':• 



FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER, 3. lbs 



The Saunders Grocery Go., Ltd. 

Phone 28^ your choice at your price. sST'Johrison St. 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH 



when first time b.ttl'ers at this 
markPt Jell ub to cut off a small 
qujjntlty because their ■:, families 
are "such srnall meat eaters." 
For we know once they taste our 
iheets they wJU never suffer 
from that complaint *galn. Try 
uB with a n orden Wouldn't .you fc^ 
rrather pay lor meat inan ;|«wf "ffiie^" ^^'^ 
Iclne?---.' ., -• / ../■'■'\.t^ ^ - ': 

Island- Veal ................ 15c 

Island Mutton-.. , . . ■ . ». ; . . . .~i5o 

Roast Beef ^ 12^c and lOc 




IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATHS ST 
PHONE 514 



Special Today 

WATERMELONS. FIKE 

LARGE ONES, SATURDAY. 
EACH 25^ 



'Black Grapes, per basket. . . -50^ 
Fine Local Plums, basket. . .25^ 
Fine Ripe Peaches, basket.. 25^ 




The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

T(X)2 GoVerninoiU -Street Tcis. 88 and 17(31 




LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



The Oheok Bein. 
Sir — At a recent meeting of^ the 
executlvercommittee of local S. P, C. A. 
a letter was read from a correspondent 
relative to the cruelty of the excessive, 
dind in niahy ctwses, wnhee.flissary use of 
the check rain. 1 am requested by my 
committee -to address you on tlijs mat- 
T^|-«»r^-H»^tlH!- hope- that tlil< i p r a rt' l ce-mayv 
as far, as possible, be discontinued by 



ONE NIGHT ONLY | V ictorJaYIxcltisivaPicture House 

Monday, Angiist 15. 



THE NATZOIirAXi OFEBA CQ. 

" - Presenting 

'Tlio IMUkado," Monday evening. 
The ''rucf;ij;i,y evnninR performance 



cancelled, 

Price?: . 
Seat sale 



icsil.'iy 



la 



ir,c, r.oc, " 7><:. 51.00, 

.■onlinueS today.. 



$1150. 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

George- A.. Levelle, M.anager. 



Showing 



only' the Best 
talnablo 



picture s ' ob« 



ROMANO THEATRE 

TODAY 

Bad Tmra and th. Kid, we.sterh i'drama 
lOOfi (I. Cpnaal, tlie ediicnted monl^eV; 
educational picture. Once Upon a Time, 
featnrp Imp l'''"1 f- Debt Bepald,.. 
western ,3 000 ft.' Washington Quartette, 
BpnR. ■"ruddl*«»4'p 11 lilttlo ("lo.-or. ^o- 
tnano Orchestra. 



I nbiso -ow nl Tig " afffar a ri v i n g liorsoH. Ajd- 

tnltilhg that, uhder ce rtain cir cuin- 

etanee»7-tarl8lng n\a4nly thrriugh itir-; 

[perfect training) some horses ma.v heed 

i heliL to prevent, them stunibllnft. It is: 

most; palhijil for lovers of animals' to 



r,'i- 



UNIVtRSlTY JiCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

0)fvc-Wnllf>y II'Mi.'-c, Oak r5fly, Vic- 
toria, B.C., lii«li-Kr;uli' da.v and board- 
)iiK s<;hooI for young ladles of all 
ages. ' All subjects i.'MH,'ht Pros- 

■pectus Oil application. 

Principal — Mrs.- Stodliam, Cort.^ Eng. 



*r= 



The Heart o'f a Piano i» th«» 
Action. Insiat on 

OTTO MIGEL" 

Piano Action 



Re-Opens Thursday, 
September 1 

Tliorougb. practical Inst.ruotlon given 
In all lOiigll.'fh ."(uiijccts^ as well . as )i; 
tlie lilKlier lirnnclie's of stiidy. • 

For -furtli.-i- Inf'irnintl'in ,';in ,,n .-i 
nfUlre.9H S. 1». POPE, LI.. D., 

PlHine lUl'J. I'rlru'i(inl. i 



(Tmffvlj:»fir Oatt.lo) 
WHITBV. ONT, 
CANADA. 



ONTARIO 
LADIES' 
COLLEGE ""-^■'^'"t 

PERFECT SURROUNDINGS 

ri'I.L cot RSSfl IS 

Literature Elocution 

Mutic Fine Aria 

Household Science, rlc. 

Splendid Orffanlzation, r?,-ite» modcraie. 

WRITR Tlir. rRIttCll'AI. FOR ru.BXliAIl 

. REV. J. J. HAKK, Vh.V). , 

WhtJlu-, Ont, 



Smt^M 



[seo'thetn braced t»p in thef rigid faslVlon 
which Is unfortunately the ca se dai ly' In 
ovLr streets, and our soe-ietry-would mont 
stronRjy pjead for a more humane ami 
consTderate treatment. 

Tlie conjmtttot!-^-tsti- mTr- e e peclHlly lo i 
bring this matter to tlie notice of tli' 
executive of th**' Agricultural aasocia 
tlon, and Jfidges at the forthcoming ex- 
hibition, in order-that^he^tjxccsstvc'Tiire 
of the check rein may be owe point of 
dlsquallllcation. The flt*cilc«4-«.4^o-lltiatv. 
of."lhe;-eiistoni.ln,^lfi.jOljl coj^intry, 1h auf- 
Holent evidence that the ■usiB'of a~irgfirf 
ci i t !'.'.' k" i i ^ it r. Is nut ' 'at'"E ' li iiumis si i r y "fot^ >(Uie< 
the comfort .of the horse In going ujv 

, hills , a t e, or* th e s afety- & t l4s— drl v e r. 

lit Is the tightened rein In the driver's 
-IUM>dl Aly U:,;'' i'ff» ' ,Mut^y. ' tieiya t l m ' Hfli ' Ht^ 



Specially Good in-Quality 

Our Butter nt 3Bo or S 11)S. 
— fof ' ...; —. . . rrr: ;...-. ..«a.op ' 

Fanc.v • Trunk cf Tea With . lock, 
contains 3 lbs., for. . . . . vfl-OO 
St. ivol Luncheon Tongue. 
^:,a in h To n gTTw: etc _J. Pnttfed .JLatz^. 

niouih l^l'>B'<»r nnd Anchovy Pasta 

In fjhu ' V rtfat arid <l 

llcldns. 
OI-ve'uH a tii:i1. Wc shall. value, 

yiHir j^at ronago. - 



.JPECIAL i^ATlNEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND tHILUREN 

Dr<?p in for. a cool, quiet, restful hour.: 
Our pictures ate making the Enxpresq 
theatre popaiar.' 

Come and bring ' your friends. 

New Gra.nd Theatre 

WEBIC AUOUST 8th. 
Xikssio Trio, presenting new and dlffl- 

^c«jj — etvtt-u^kLequilibr.lsrn. . ' 

, Vaudevllld's topnoich voc.tI qusirtette, 
Frte Setters' Pour. Jones, Pickett, Mur- 
ray, Dru^y, new songs by the sweetest 
of singers. .J. ■ ... 

The German aristocrats, 'W!^llli4m* »»«' 
Weston, ..Comedy, songs, chattel' and 
pnttcr, , '. ; 

Bell and Bichar di^. in nal^thftd m yal- 
cAl moments. ] ' ^^ T" "' 

Thp cycling tH^ers; Ovtjt •W4 Peterg. 
mnrvelous.Af r^ta on 'tfifl vblcycaie-and^ltii 
dicrous comicalities. ' < f ' 

__.i,l.. . Tbomas it. iPrloe r^tS" ■ 

I. II , ' **V'r' '• " II rt.iV I 

Pantages Theatre 



I 



EliSKINES' GROCERY ■, 

Johnson and (iiv>»4Jl*~St#^,::;, 1 i 
Phone 108. " 



when, he stumbles. 



Mn. 



s. pv tr. A. 



When th«-dlge."tt*^>n is all rl/arht, the 
.1 tion of the bowels regular, tlnM-i' l-^ 
I ii^'.inil craving and n'li.sh fur ' 
\\ lull tills is l«cklng .vou iuiiy 1..;. 
tlmt you need a dose of OhaiHberliiin's 
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They 
str.etigthon the ^digestive organs, irn- 
nrove the ap')>etlte and rcKuJute t.hc 
I .nvuls. SO'ld by all dealers '• 



The ouitput iif the oil wolla of the 
Amhlgamated Dovelopmeftt compiany 
has a home market recfly and waiting 
yt~"4ts 4oora^-tJt<i' de m a n d In Alas lta a^Md 
the yukon. being a large and growing , 




£EK 



■CENT SHOW 



•vaudevii.lt: and movino pio- 

rVRT-H, LASTIKG 1 HOUK 
AND 15 MINUTES 

-r C'lnli'.'sr fur Munr.-,- rii7,>a . 

Thiu'Brlny, Prlrtay. S.iturday BTlglit* 

'^^TJ3^Srtt'ef,Vr;1« a <langeroius'"S!rftic,Uic IkiI j Bo.s6 .Mus1c.%1. Comody company Woxt 
can be cured, riianilu-rlnin's t'oliv. . We^k. ;„ 
Choleraand Dlarrhoeii, Remedy has i _ __ _ — _ 

^- ^^ ■ • ■ MAJESTIC THEATRE 

YATES STREET 

Be B\tre to see lb if; bill Friday and 
.S'nturdn.v'. 

"What the Palry Said," a t inir.linti- 
ored .•<ui)e^'!^tltion verified. "The MiU 
Tragedyr"- Fr«»nch dram«;-:*'S«it indun- 
try," "A Tale of Two Coats." "Equal 
to tlie Emevgoncy," twn raHlniK (.jckhI 
comics, 



bo.cnj'^iM'cessl'ully used In nine epldeiu- 
Ica "^ dysentery. It has' never - Ismi 
Known to fail'. It is iHiually valuable 
for (Ihlldren - and- adult3,,-a4id-wJM>n -re-^ 
duced "vi'th water and ,«iweetoned,^ it is 
plcaeii'i' I" t.ikr. i-!iild by all dealers;"* 



' -fill iciirds. --.\l 1 

iiiiuiitiiii .Street 



inbroidery". '^^'oFk 



Leatlipr .ind sftrgr' ti(frr!»--46r ' boj^ 
juul girls fit speciii I prices. Sef'ge^ 
(iO(.: i.'itl'ir 7,'x', and Mo. each. Itob- 
,1 Store, 642 Yatea street.* 



The Canadian ;Who'8 Who, puhUsbed 
by, the London Times, on sale at Vic- 
toria: BbSR&^tatlonery Co., Limited. • 



'"^S^W^I^JffV'^'U "W^ ^i^ymtrff-^r-rrA^r^ 



Saturday^ August 13, 1910 



^ 




VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




II You Purchase 



r 



i^ne of These Fine 
$18.00 Suits 



You May Rest Assured of Getting 
the Best in Town 



Not only in _app,carancc, 1mi1 fit and fini'sh combine 
Th ese "^a'r e riia tte " b v" 1 1 u ■ famous 



Hoiige of Ilobberlin 
Tailors 



Whose only ainiNis to give to the wearer of their 
suits the vefyJbieaO(alue to bg'liad^^n d these are 
really value extraordihafy;""I^1f!ra(fe*^6f fine imported 
worsteds anc| tweeds, mitroughlv shrunk. Special 

for .. ■ .. :--'-'^^ .- l_,_._^HZ=a;J^^. ^ 



Today, $IO0 




FINCH & FINCH 

1107 Government Street 




Terminal City Lacrosse Team 
Mucli strengthened by Re- 
'turn of Insurgents and Ex- 
pected to Defeat Champs 



VA/XCOUVER, Aug. li;. ■ Wiili wliat 
Is easily the strong-est lliu-.ii) ihul has 
Ijet'ii liolded thlH seasott iigalnst . the 
Xi.'W WeslrrilnsttT idianipions for'aMln- 
l>i cup malcli, the Vancouver twelve- will 
likely bo rnadt^ an even money ' ' 
(ir .jvorhaps a sllRlit favorite In 



choice 
what 



^ 



THORPt'S .: ; L ,.. 
GINGER BEER 

h.i;, ,J •.rii.ick o!' it, ,"5 ;■/, 



i ^V'-igfrs tire made on the outcome <'V 
: the big niatc-ih at I^ecreatlon Pari; >>\\ 
jSiiturday. ■' .,'. -—.- ■ -r^- - 

i Xo Hingle item of iaci^osse news has 
I cr(;ateij s u_ niiich interest as the ari- 
I noimcemerit that OeOrge Mathenon and 
I Krnie Murray hud decided to join the 
I \'auci,)tiver team ^ind would i)lay on the 
jgreenshirts' home against New Wesl- 
ni Instm:^ It.^vag, .\vel(;ojne_yj;\y.!i.^^K^^^ 





10 PIRST M!^ 



Lacrosse Twelve, Which Meets 
Vancouver'Jn'CeagLie Game 
Practically Same as That 
Which Opened Season 



VICTORIANS IN 
CROQUET 



TOURNEY 



In the Vancouver croquet club's 

; annual toucrtament, which is in pro- 

{ gress, a . numbtr oi Victorians are 

1 competihsr and. according to report, 

are doing well. Among those from 

this city taking part, and still in the 

running for the chief honors are: 

Airs. Barnard, Mrs. Bowker, sr.. and 

Mrs. Bowker, Jr.. Mr. Dunsmulr, Mr. 

Drake and Mr. Bowker. 




TWO 



CRICKET TEAMS . 

PLAYING ELSEWHERE 



Nothin g remains to be doqe prepftr- 

a.Iory"Td todaj^ 'Vietoria-Vancouver 
provincial league lacrosse match but 
the blowing of the referee's whistle. 
Vt'hen the shrill shriek of that dis- 
cordant Instrument Is heard at the 
Boyal Athletic grounds this afternoon 
it is hoped that the grand itand will 
be filled to its limit. Certainly those 
who miss it will drt themselves out of 
a very fine exhibition of the Canadian 
gnmo. The Victoria team . is cock- 
sure, of victory and Vancouver's rep- 
resentatives believe implicitly that 
they are;i't going to have much diffi- 
culty in repeating the dose they ad- 
njlnlfltered recently on the mainland. 

A glance at the line-up of the Island 
twelve discloses a rather , significant 
fact. It will be found 'that the same 
r)layers occupy the same positions as 
was the ca^e when Victoria so decis- 
ively defeated Vancouver here on the 
24th of May. Since then the selection 
comrhlttee, thinking to strengthen the 
team, have been making changes. 
From the results It would appear that 
their Judgment did not lead them 
aright for now they have circled back 
to the original aggregation. The play- 
ers have noted the fact, and accept it 
an auguo' that thoy will turn the 
tables -on the Terminal City twelve 
again, doing the same as they did in 
the, season's first game. 

Vancouver's team is not altered. If 
is the same today as It was when the 
summer'.s play started. That it has 
improved in form during the past few 
months thera can bo no doybt. This, 
in the minds of lliose who, have been 
closely following the trend of eVenta, 
leads- to the ennclu.si.in that there is 
little to chose. Of course- thf." Victoria 
men ha-(-e become hettfr IndlvIdVialTy, 
but .they haven't h.ul the opi,)ortv!ji'rty 
to famillarlzfft t'lieniselv.esi Willi, , the 
positions to' wliirh tlie>; were .illbted 
at the out.HCl. However^ the; "proof of 
the pudding is in the e;ating," and 
whatever the outcome i\( thi.s there 
is no doubt the game w^ill- kw one of 
the fastest and best sijjeijt On Vfecal 
grounds this year, , 



Victoria Eleven Left for Seattle 
■ _■ Albions for Vancouver — One 
Homo Match 



and 



Two cricket teams left the city yM- 
terday evening. The Victoria cltib'a 
members went to Seattle to meet the 
American eleven In an all day game, 
while the Albions Journeyed to Van- 
couver to play the latter at^ Brockton 
Point., This leaves Victorians with- 
out the usual trio of week-end games 
this Saturday. However, there will be- 
one. the Albion second eleven arid the 
E^i>re88. "being scheduled to compete 
qn the Beacon -Hill pitch. 

"And j-oii agreed to flght and got' 
That's the case; isn't It?" 



Opening Matches^ of Kingston 
St rest To u rnmrnt^eikes 
-Place This Afternoon— Ar- 
ray of Entries 



frviir lacros.se funs congregated and tlie 

■ idji;!, whlcJi l)ad preyiiiusiy bif>en ^abdut■■ 
■■J to 1 in favor .N'ow ^Ve8tmln8ter, Im- 

j tiiedlately jumped to evens. • 
j Then, about the "next question the 
' l.ncrosse fans would ask— Jtfter~tt-^had 
I l)(>rcolaTed into their, cranlums that 
I ihe.se two ..crack home-brews were to 
j ligure on the home _aUa_ckJj}£„dLvJjJiau 
I of the ideal twelve, was" Who will -be 

■ iicnched for Saturday's game to make 
room Tor Matheson and Murray?. ■_ 

I That' wasiriTi'oblem that had Mana- 

I mr Con .tones guessing for a wjiilc af- 

t!*r he hiid got o*:er the diplomatic 

negotlattonis which had iificn.iuiDducted 

Iwith a view to getting the two haUL-. 

I out players back. Manager Johfes.has. 

.so many good players now to choose 

from that it is a vexed question and 

I a very delicate task to select the best 

i twelv^e^out of the array of talent avail- 

i.ihie. But after -much deUJheratidn 

Manager Jones has decided" IcT^have 

.\rchle Adamson and Spffte Hennesey 

s reserves on Saturday. It looks'Tty if 

iL was ,g©lng to be a hard ga.me an3f 

j their services may be required, but for 

•the start of the game anyway, Adant- 

I son and Hepnesisey will be on the 

, bench;- ■.--■— - — —--••.■, -. ■ — -,--.-..■.--■••. 

With the announcement that Mathe- 
son and Murray are to \tX: the game 
on Saturday increased, interest is being 
taken In Ihe match and there was a 
great rush for tickets wljeiV'the reserv- 
ed scats went on sale at Armstrong 
Bros, store this ,' morning. There r ia- 
every indlbatlbrt that th ere will be a 
record crowd present when the Royal 
Reds once again clash with the green- 
shirts. ,, , 

Bill y Dit phburn is scheduled to re- 
feree the gam6, biit if he don't happen 
along in time the teams need not be 
stuck for a good referee as Matt Barr 
showed by his classy worlt last Satur- 
day thai iie:,ifl lyell aualifled- for the 
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2.30 p. . m. 
No'., 1 Court: Browrn 
Case vs. Virtue and Bone. 
2 Court: Archibald (W- 



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Mariagement -Committee . De- 
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Championships Saturday 



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TH,e Vancouver Igla.nd ^Vimmjng 
champlohaSlp racpji were dlflOTissed at 
a meeting Of the locat assftClatlan held 
yesterday aftefnooii when It was de- 
'••'Ipf that tliey shrttild 'take place neit 
Saturday at -the-eoFfe^-and-that "ttre 
list of events ahotild be as follows: 

Senloi-— 100 yards- 440 yards; Ufa 
saving; relay of :,i) yards; four men a 
tean^; emerpency exhibition; 100 yartfs 
fully driessed. Junior-- 11)0 yard.'-i. L?idle? 
—100 yards; diving "comiietition; aiid 
a..B7Jle±-fiulu.-Jiiatch between the Fifth 
.Regiment and -Y. M. C. A. teams. 

J{eport,s were received from the com- 
mittees entrusted wltli, the secuirlng/or 
brizes for the different contests. They, 
were of a wntlsfactory character. It 
wiis agreed that silver iiil*s sli ouk lr'ljp. 
•■iwunlod Uif. wlp»jers.,.o^ llie relay rf«5e- 
riJid oi tlie.palo match while.- silver 
- . .) ! \viM go^ to all o'r tho.se suc- 
■ n any pf the individual event.^, 

in.' Mf/bial.>< , Ibllow: .Tudges: 'Ctvr4. 
.\rcTtit<Vsh. ileaiimont IloggaK_(iiid>i»; B. 
"' lis; annourKM-r, 
I Gaw'lcy; clork 
':'•■;, covirse orilcer, 
life Having, Beau- 



Parnell ; 
,1.1. I'.' Su 

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VS. Meharey, No. . .8 OCraVtt' ♦ 
Bain vs. Jamieson. '*■ 

4.00/ pi m. ■♦• 

No."T. Court : CanfpbeU (L.. ■*■. 
A.) and Bain vs. Archibald an3 ,-.• 
Meharey. No. 2. Court;' Bone__*L 
vs. Archibald.- No. 3 Court: ••-' 
J. McArthur vs. J. MbsS. ♦. 

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The opening games of the Kingston 
Street Tennis club's annual tennis 
toiirnament will take place this after- 
noon. At a meeting of the committee 
held last night the handicaps were de- 
cided upon in the men's singles and 
doubles. The arrangenient for the 
matches among lady members was left 
-over. Secretary Case promising to an- 
nounce sometime during next week. 
Time s have' — been set, for today's 
matches as shcjwn In the foregoing 
table and -those named are^' requested 
to be, on the courts at the hours speci- 
fied. "■ 

Prizes are btiiing offered in rtvfe class- 
es, namely, men's singles, doubles, 
mixed doubles, ladies' singles and la- 
dles' , doubles. Despite the reports 
which have been current that the 
Kingston J^treet cluK offlclals were in a. 
nuanda'ry becau.se of singular lack of 
IJatronagn on the part of the fair "sex 
the ontrl'fs for the mlNcd ^doubles, the 
ladles_singles and doubles axe_,Jietter 
than ever before in the histor>' of the 
oirganizatlon. It is ^jtpect.^d- that they 
will arrange the play of their pre- 
Umihary rounds so That tTie finals mnV 
b«« fixed for ne\M Saturriny. 

The Dxaw.. 

=Tho draw in the niibh'8 KtngliM &nQ 
doubles follows: 

' The draw resulted as {"oHows: 



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-Thie Toronto 2lngari were equal to 
the oecasion at Lords getting slighl- 
Ijt.. the better of the draw with the iX. 
C. C- gentiemeri. tPhe record to datfe 
is as follows: ; - ;r-^"" 

« llK>st — Royal Artillery, by 1 wicket 

Lost— Oentlemen of Llverpoolj— feyr-*4-|"^'"^^ out- Ian 
wickets. 

Won Boyal Gnglneer*. yty 15? Tuns, 

Won— Gentlemen of Surrey, by 19$ 
runs. - ■ ' ■ .. 

Won — St. Lawrence Club, by 6 wick- 
ets. ■ 

Won — ^tjnited Services, by 47 runs. 

Won — Gentlemen of ■Sussex, by a,n 
innings ahd 33 runs. 

Won — Mltcham, by 7 wjckets. 

Won— Mr. Eric Hambro's XI., by 83 
rups. -, \f 

Won— jFolkestone, by. 8 runfj_- — ,r~ 
__T-ost— hentjemcn of Easc x. hy^^an in- 
nings and 48 runs. - . ' 
.Green Jackets, AVinc(he»te*r-^JCo ;-»*-= 
porT,.llkeJy rain. . - 

Draw— Oentletnen 0( M, G. C. 



BURNS 



TO MEET 
CHICAGO 



> II*' i ''' oi'i Ilia mj.mji m,'i 
ed to meet Tony Cflpc 
here in September. 

CS.iiunt ftnd .Tack , Rj-fM. 
will meet here AugUBt"2;i. 



FIGHTER 



Miali'ii- 
hlcago, 

'f Chicugo 



Men^ St ng'tes. ' » - 
Alfex. Campbell. byc;'j. O. Browti, 
hM; 4i J. SOhimers, byc;,.jC % Roh- 
ertaonV-J^jj*; &. s. Brown, bye; L. A. 
Campbell vi»V" J." A. Tirtue; W. R. 
A rf hi bald vs. 1^ A. Maharey; H. P. 
•BAIn vs. C. O. .Tahtoffon; W. H: Bone 
v». A,.:,,P'. Archil.iild; J. A. McAfthur 
.vs., J. Mossi J. N. I'^indlay v.^. 0. D- 
Case; J. P. Sw:eeney, byo; K Forbes, 
hyei,r.I, Hcyland. bye;' F. F. PmrttriP7 
bye:, J. V;. MeRtdn,_:byr. 

- ll^eW» Doubles. 
O. S. Thrown and A. J. NonittJers, bye,' 

.\.. P. ArcliHi.ild and Me^larid, Jive; J, 
.Vleston anil .\. <'ampbeTl. byel^L. a. 
Campbell and Bain vs.: W. R, Ar;chl- 
bald and Meharey; Pane aiid Virtue 
\'.s. , Rrown and Case: Sweene 

M<'.\rili!)x-t),Kr-;..P!.udine and Mobs, 

r'iml! 1 V ..t,,i |.'.,.-i,,,^. I.,,. 



JOHNSON ISI 
, Fl 





Manager of Boston Tar Baby 
Declares Chamipion . IVkrst 

: Enter R in,? .Again or Leave 
the Country ^ , 



President Gibson; oif the Fairmont A. 
C^the other day. "He Is a member of 
my club atifd has pl enty of m oney. As a 
matter of fact, he handed me a-$10,00i> 
bill, the first I ever saw, two weeks 
ago and told mo to give It to Woodman 
as part of the side bet. Mr. Hughes 
didn't care to be known In. the matter, 
but as Johnson insisted on $20,000, 
thinking that Woodman couldn't com- 
ipand that much ready money, Mr. 
ilughes agreed.. tq_j>ut up the entire 
amount and furtherhiorehe tells me he 
will wager $10,000 tno£e on La ngford at 
ringside odds. Johnson nas got to 
make a match with Langford or crawl. 
Pcirsorraltj'^T-thlng Johnson vviU refuse 
to fight, for he kno\<'s Langford Is too 
dangerous a proposition for him to 
take Chances with. But Langford Is 
going to corner him Just the same so 
that the public will know 'who Is to 
blame If there 'Is no match." 

Jem Driscoll, who saw Langford 
Hague, the English 
heavyweight champion. In L«indon a 
year ago told me that Langford's exhi- 
bition of gameness was wonderful. 
Hague, a terrific hitter, knocked him 
-down several times In the early rounds 
but could make no Impression. XN'hen 
Langford scored the knockout with one 
Hhort purith on the jaw Driscoll de- 
clared the trick was done so quickly 
.that .few of ,th» spectators could un- 
derstand it. That Is why .^vfeiloh 
sporting men ' regard Langford as the 
real cham pion of the world and hav e 

meet. Itlm. The fact that Johnson re- 
fljsed an offer of $10,00 made by me 
Tr-jrjtvr ago for a slx-robhd ,bdUL With 
Lang4'0rd proved to my satisfaction 
that he was' afraid of the Boston slug- 
ger, and I see; no reason to change my 
oi»irilon." _ 

"1 will furnish the entire sum of 
$20.frOO within a week," said Jose ph 
Hughes yo"8terday."Langfdrd has been 
afaE!r~Jnhnson for three years, and now: 
the latter's own proposition will be 
accepted. Langford can beat this big 
bluffer, and. my money says co." 



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Trotting Meet Opens Monday at Ter- 
minal Oity-— Victoria Owned 
Equiries Will Compete 



NEW YORK, Aug.H2 .w-"Jack John- 
i^oh wllli-have to fight. Ijttngf or d or get 
out 6f this . c ountry. " said Joseph 
Woodman; raaiiagerTof Langford,' yes - 
terday."A forfeit and side bet of $20,- 
000 will be posted Inside of the next 
five dajfa- In hebalf r6f l^^ngford. atid 
unless J.ohhsoii covers the money 
l)inding a._inaicb inside _af 20 days 
after the coiiV grwis up Lanifffifdlv'nTf 
lay claim to hia title. Joseph Hugher, 
a New York nian/^ who_ thinks Lang-, 
ford t'^n whip> .J-nlfTP'.on, hap jjiiaranteed 
-to fu rnish tht}4^O.ii0\)-side Im.'i demari.dr 
ed by .htHnsoflr Jv! r.„, l i is' xvell 

known as n boxing enii , and ha-i j 

been anxious, to, see Langford mj[x it Up| 
with Johnson for a long 'time. " '~'~-~ ,' 

■'Personally,- I bel ieve L nnpford can 
Stop Johnson In a figlit of 20-round,M 
or more. Johnson Is overrated^ Jef^ 
fries, poor fellow, \vaa a back number 
when he got Into the.'r.lli#l at-,Rri><j. j 
never belle voll Jeff could" come back, 
aiid when Isaw lilm stand up for .the 
first round I Vfls *>ure that hc'wrtuld 
lose.. H\it do you know, that John.Hon 
wa."* afraid of .him'' It's a f(«it. Why, 



On Mphday the Vancouver exhibi- 
tion In i connection with which there 
Is, to be a series of trotting races will 
open. In the latter there arc entered 
a number of Victoria o'Vvned trotters; 
SevjraJ went across the Gulf early in 
the week in order that they might 
havff-tho #«lv»nEEtge of a lltttg^tr ain- 
ing -iln the i?rouna before being called 
u|»oft^« 'come Jrf> ■ the^erateh. ^These 
Ineliided Hafifdna,: which is •entered in 
the two-year-old trot, for which tliere^ 
li) a pursi? valued at $200; JCeTIIe Mor- 
ris, for the 2.40 trot, the purse being 
valued at $400, and anotlier for the" 
^aco, the nurse . being., put at 
H:000. A foiirth T^Titry from' this city 
was taken oyer yesterday by Mr. ^y.. 
yymons,;of .Johnson street. This Was 
a t»v<i-j'if>3.r-(tld rilly, which Is consid- 
ort'd a likely winner by thostr-Vir- 
tnrla sportsmen who 'have soe-n^ lier 
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»;iiliiK alter tlie t.iiarit.s In Kteat et> le In 
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give l!\eni the rag. ev'en thnn : 
.son li.'iH .<<ome wtfeks tcj run. 



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Johnson didn't dare to extend himself 

for ten rounds I'mc nise he di.dn't khoVi' 

,W'hether Jeff w.ns, a^ counterfeit or not. 

Then a." he realized he w;«8 iiii ag;iln.'<t 

hing. bag, he sailed. "in. ,Iohn- 

tT-^rnTTVlTr my opTn Ion ; wasn't* 

l)rnK .«(lroiit,, for Tjangford or 

i Kaufman, I In lieiie, would have beaten 

j .leff In .linir the time. Talk is cheap In 

I'ul f kiiovv that Johnson has 

Itic' "H of bluffing because 

W'.: (lldu t have $IM),0()V) to be_t, on th.e. 

side sexeral nn'intlis ago, but w«!'ve g'ot 

the money rji'V., and as-foon-as we [ioj^t 

It the pulillc ivlil quickly 'ieurn who Is 

on the lev.el ' 

-"- : " ' ". '■ , "Von-h for Huu'lm , 

"1 can vouoto lor Mr,' Hugheo." suld 



TO PLAY^CHEMAINUS 



.'The Pridea, a loeyii biiKeball nine 
which haii made jt . cxedUabie record 
this seivson. will tiake a ci-ack at the 
Chemalntis biitftrTnTrmTr(TvC?rT1)ef'"^»nl 
leave by the mdr.ning train going di- 
rect from- th,«S depot to-4he»ba 11 yard. 
The\' have arranged ta have their 
strongest team oh the'ftold and are 
hopeful of, breaking throu.crh the rhpr 
malBiiia Winning streak. 



Tho,V'ict'oria baseball dub has taken 

0:1 a sonifwbiit heavy tusk in its H'ht-.T T'tTbae hunters who haye arranged 

acday Jind i^nnday .engagement "■•H+*«*C<'»4i-:thelr Vaeatimi on 111.0 opening of 

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'■•»,*. Crawford, ISanarer. Viotorl« Braao^ 



and 



■■\|ivji tsni cn bettts r ttrteiB"^ thla 'ittp 



. ajid I ^M^n^ods i^Tir Ti av<>i, ftad- what a rude ' 
k^ep away lest thole rthgers b& hurn^pawvik^nlnsr is in store for the inho- 
ed, • Hope" Manager 'Wattalet won't j cent birds, which, doubtleap, have sel- 
trtV.e tirlfr as a "knock" because It I dom hoiird the pinlnous crack of a 

«un or seen a boon Companion fall 
before-;* tharge of bird shot. 



Isii't so Intended. No .one, desprve.-* 
more credit than ho for his stre'^nu- 
oua efforts to give the hungry via 
som'e entertulmnejit .this Bummer".. • 



lli're 

1)01M 

(linn 

li'iin lumj. 

(■V<T II I'm . 

would bo wiaa 



bill thm it Is not rMiL-^lde.. .the-. 

N III' if's.--iMill.\' thiit, ilie honu' 
Mill ,i?'i t-; ^^ ill ~nnire up aw?iy 



10 



I ■ on which it 
ofter money. Loyal 



.hii,&Jl!!.i.u.'"' ,, :■ ,, !■. wbeii^iligj: hi'tir 
thatnhe Iron rails of tiie^ E. a'^X. rail- 
way will admit them to pi;jictlcally 



. 1 hies. HiaV.r- ,.i;l!fJiilLJjBJXLtMi;ja^tihout.lUitt.t. ■ time-.--^^^^^^ 



grouse are srtkl to 
Cameron lake. Oh: 



be thick aiTmjiti, 
what a time the, 



JUmttiy C<58groye >|?ni .tot compete at 
the Canadian Henrley. His foroarriis an 
air bound up, and" he would only face de- 
fen tin the' condition that hels In. , Thgrf 
will |,c pletity of competition, and a vie 

°r." ■ ' ' ' ■ ■ > "ill 

>>.• . ■ . . , ( ■ ,■ i ' • , •■ Ik a 

-Brand .chance that the senmr four will 
cop and ^f they do, Washington loom* 

u9 for 



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ViCrORiA DAILY COLONIST 



Saturday, August IS, 1919 





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BIG SALE 
NOW ON 



Come in for the Biji^gest 

Bargains ever seen 

in Victoria 



E E. Wescott 

polQ(,HR:i^nt fiif McCall Patterns 
and . Fasliion. Journal, ."■; 

645'Vates Street, ,*.. Tel. 267 





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DEFEAT west; 




Last Evening's League Match 
Resulted in Decisive Victory 
-fef— -Lads -From N.ortliern 



D4stFtet— Monday's Game 



In thc^ Junior league lacmsse match 
last evenlnK betweon tlio North W'arJ 
and A'ictur^a West teams the foruuT 
wero KUi'oessful by u si-ure of i) to 0. 
The Wards wore In sulendld i-orm. /rjioy 
init-pufod, out-passt'd and showed su- 
porlorlty in i>ractK'ally evory depart- 
luont. The resnlt was that at no time 
waa the ouloomb In doubt. Howevei-, 
the Weafs played the losing- match 
very plucklly and held the victors 
back many ttm«3 ^^ihi^rVlt'irpiTenrt'd iii- 
evita))lo that the\; would score. Most 
of tjhe sco'^ngj for blie victur.s ^'io* 
done b.v Messr.s. O'Brien, Jiaker and 
McKenzie. -— — 



Tho Cloverdale and Js'^orth Ward la- 
crosse teams will meet In one of the 
,Claxtou_ fup series on Monda.v even- 
ing at the Royal Athletic parlc. If tho 
Wards should prove successful their 
hold -on the silver will be absolutely 
assured. t.v:_j._ 



Tn one -week the builAing permits 

at. i'xJnco rtnpcrt totalled $43,250. 

Construction trains are now cros- 
Blnj? tiie (t. T. p. brhige crt-er the Zen- 
iircll rapld.s. Forty-three miles of the 
road out ir'->ni Prince Rupert Is opcH 
according to the Prince Rupert Op- 
timist, 



Verj' deep regrret Is expressed in 
Toronto sporting: circles over the sud- 
den death of Mt^rt ICeiit. the well- 
known Toronto athlete, who Is known 
tQjthe local rugby fans, having played 
against the Tigers lor several seasons. 
Kent ^vas one of the best all-round 
athletes in the province, and the acci- 
dent, which caused his death, . while 
he was on the way to the Henley re- 
gatta at St. Kltt's, has not only caist 
a deep gloom over the participants in 
the regatta, but has called for many j 
e.xpresslons of sympathy, throughout i 
the towns where he was well known 
through his athletic ability. , The de- 
ceased v>as a member of one of- the i 
Argona\ii crews, and his deati' V'-l 
naturally liroken" up th« crev 
.iddltto«-7i^-tht^ dcccnq od, his ..iv.i,.ii ' 
was also a member of the eight. 





niCK TEAM 



Enthusiastic Athletes^ Discuss 
Sport and Decide to Com- 
mence Training for Provin- 

" cial .Championship Meet 



A small but enthusiastic gfOQp^df 
athletes assembled at the Y. M. C. A. 
last evening to discuss field sports. 
The object was to consider plans to 
train for the provincial championship 
meet, which takes place here in Sej)- 
tember in connection with the annual 
exhibition. Those present entered into 
the scheme of making an Immediate 
start In the work of preparation with 
encouraging zest. They, expressed- 
their- appreciation of. the offer of 
Thomas Gatvley, who is here on his 
holidays l)eing registered at the 
Springfield Y. M. C. A. training in- 
stitution, to act as their truiner-and 
coach. . It was agreed that they should 
start without delay, going on the road 



on Monday, Wedneaday and Friday 
evenifiga. 

The Idea la that these long" h e ad e d 
aportunien make themselveB the 
nucleus of the track leam, which win 
rei)reBent Victoria In the contests for 
the British Columbia champlon8hi|*8. 
They pointed out that there should 
h&^iio difficulty In securl#ig recrulta 
who wltli a little work would bW'able 
to taky their places beaido the best 
with good prospects of fiucceas. Fur- 
thermore It wiis ^^iared that there 
were a number of newcomers who had 
had experience in athl|!tics, who would 
be only too glad to Join In the move- 
ment. Those mentioned specially 
were .T. Brewster, Queen's Univeralty, 
a discus thrower and high Jumper; 
JCd. White, of IMew Westminater, who 
Is a mile runner of note, having a 
mark of 4.40 to his credit, and A. 
Davidson, the Calirornlan mller, who 
was defeated by Joim P. Sweeney re- 
cently, lie expects to be able to turn 
the tables on Sweeney the next time 
they nieet, declaring that the rowing 
he liad dcnie. Just previous to the con- 
tpst referred to init him off form. 

Altogether the pro.spects never were 
brighter. 



PROVINCIAL HAPPENINGS 



One thousand boxes of strawberries 
were shipped to Vancouver from 
Prince Rupert recently. 



The-Gr T. P. wUl shortly Trtftm- an- 
other wharf at PrI.nce Rupert for rail- 
way purposes. 



The B. C. Electric have applied for 
permission to rtm a tramway around 
Stanley Park. 

..Joe Nalee the Indian trusty who 
escaped from the New . W.eslmlnstcr 
P*^ivkentlaFy-^4tas-«Jttt-as-yet-been re- 
captured. 



I '■ llira, a Japanese employed a-t- 
tile sawmill at Queen Charlotte city, 
died as the result of jin -accident sua- 
tairted two years- ago. 



Anton Smith, convicted white slaver, 
was__sentenced tp_Xou.r months im- 
prisonment In the Vancouver police 
court. 

^\i'i' been commenced upon 

th^e-4;xaiiing uf— the »tre«t» and -a\'e^ 
nues in Queen Charlotte city tn con 
nect wltli the new P-iniinion frux-.-rn 
ment wharf there. 




f A CENTURY 



Harry Jepson, of Nanaimo, 
„ Jieaches Coveted Mark in 
Match With Garrison Eleven 
of Victoria 



NANAIMO, Aug. 12.— The Nanaiino 
^''■ls:if-'?Jt. club administered an over- 
w'lielming defeat to tlie Garrison 
Cricket club oji t)ie Caledonian 
ground.a on Thur««Vay atternuon, secur- 
ing sweet revenge for the defeat at tlie 
hands of the Carrlson l»'um at Victoria 
several weeks ago. 

Nanalnio went llrHt to bat and de- 
clared their Itmings <'loBed for the Iokh 
(vf live wickels, having pulled up the 
handsome total of 26S runs, whicti 
ihey considered a safe margin for vic- 
tory. The visitors next went in but 
their wlcket.s fell quieklv to the deatlly 
bowling of J. Waiigli and T.on Shet*- 
herd. the side being retir.ed for only 'M 
runs, of which total Col- Robertson 
and C. McAakey dnntrlbuted nine each, 
dividing the honors of being high 
scores for their team. 

The feature of the match was the. 
splendid batting of Harry Jepson, wh.j 
scored lO:;, not out, one of the' bt»st 
perfornianceci In the aniuila of cricket 
In Nanaimo. He was play ing a splen- 
did game and ^had the locals con- 
tinued their innings it Is quite prob- 
able Harry would have madea Rrltlsh 
Columbia record. Included in his hits 
were 1 six, U four's, sevipral threes 
and a number of two's. - - - •*"— — - 

Fred Jepson also ca-rried his bat out, 
having put up the creditable score of 
27: other high scor&s being W. Waugh 
87, Kgwbur.v-27. H, Arnold 21jaud. i?. 
Battev 22. 

As the batting hon • ■ : liie day fell 
to Nanaimo, bo did the bowling"; J. 
.Waugh doing some splendid work In 
this respect, taking 5 wickets for only 
h runs, and out of 7 overs bowled 3 
maiden ..vt-rt:. — : ^ 



G. Doyle, b Shepherd 7 

Br. Gale, c J. JepjNon. b Shepherd... 

.Ji.. UroBiJi.. b J, Waugh 

M..S. Patterson,/ b Shepherd 

Gr. Pedleingharrv, not out 

Byes 3 

Total . 37 

Bowling Analysis. N&nalmo Cricket 

club. lJ.,^ . 

R. W. O. M.O. 

Sheplierd ;50 ^ 1 14 

J. Waugli.. G 07 .'t 



■ A staff of englnetTs un.lrr T. II, 
W,hito, is engage.d in. la.\ Ing out the 
vast yards and terminals of tho C. N. 
R. at Port Mann, in which prtn'ialon 
is made for sites for machine, repair, 
and car works. 

,Lepnard_ (.'la re, a young C. P. R. 
brakeman met death between New 
Westminster and the junction, Thurs- 
day night. It Is supposed that the 
pipe arm of the watering tank swept 
him from the top of a car to be run 
over by the engine. 



A resident of. Fajrvlew has prom- 
ised to stop the reckless blasting 
which la proceeding there with a 
rifle, IC the Vancouver authorities do 
not act. As a result, Toma.s Vacca 
was arralnged In the police court 
charged with not having the requis- 
ite perriilsslon from t' . ; .. 1- 
thorltlea. . 



The Scores Follow. 
.Niiialiiiii Cricket club — 
\\ . .Newbury, c Robertson, b Ijunay,. .27 

K. Battev. b Mc.\»key 22 

H. Arnold, c Patterson, b Robertson. 23 

H. .TepHon, not out..... 102 

R. HiiKlmarch, c Robertson, b Tsmay.l 

^\'. W'lHigh, b Ismay 37 

F.P. Jepson, not out. 27 

J,. .Shepherd, did not bat 

J. Waugh, did not bat 

G. Armstrong, did not bat.,.,....-.,. 

J. Jepson, did not bat. ' 

Bj'es ...,.,... . .'.. . . .18 

Leg B}es....' .".'w. . .I.'.. .'. . 4 

Wide baUfl .'.. & 

Total..... 263 

Garrison Cricket club— 
Corp. Hawtrey, C/Vr. WaugJj, 1>, J, 

^Vaugh. ....,..'... .,....., 4 

Corp. Wyndham, c" W. Watlifh, b 

Sheplierd. , . . iv. , . .'. . . . 

Corp. I.smay, c Jepson,.4)^J.\3n''auSth.. 5 

<"ol. S. "Robertson, b J. Waiigh. ; ft 

C. McAskey. cVS'.Waugh, b J.Waugh. 9 
Br. Stevens, b Shejyherd 



Armstrong, tlie heavj,>wolght pugilist, 
who was a fhenYbcr" of Jl Vii Torrrlf-S' ' 
training camp from the time tlio once 
heavy weig^lt chanipion first began 
active training for his fight with Jack 
Joinison, entertaiuH only one belief in 
regard to tlio while man's 'downfall. 
He Ls potiitlvt' that nervous reactitui, 
loiiowing niontiiK <jf the hardest kliul 
of training was resr>on.slble for .Jef- 
fries' defi.'at. 

Armstrong, who liad liad a long 
career in tlio prize ring, liaving yonglit 
.ab<jiit aU the champlont) except Jolm- 
Son, and who a.s.sisted in tlie trainltig 
anil conditioning, of Corbott, Fitz'slin-. 
mons, Sharkey an/l Jeffries for their 
cliaiTipionslilp battle.s, is positive that 
Jol'frie.s can attribute his defeat to 
"nerves." 



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BOSY TIME FOR 
TRAP SHOOTERS 



Victoria and" Capital Clubs 
Must Rush Season's Com- 
i petitions Through Before 
-Came Shooting Begins 



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LOTS 



Three-Quart<^r Mile from City Hall 

Only $400 



}^50 Cash, JflO per month'at 7 per cent 




SLAi INVESTMENT CO. 

Limited 

Bank of Montreal Chambers 

Phone 1494 



Now that the shooting Bpason is 
\>ithln hailing distance, both the local 
trap clubs-— the Capital and the Vic- 
toria^— are hurrying to complete their 
season's projgrramme. All the events i 
jauBt...be historV— i>y-^^Jt»- t4m»4he- law^^ 
permits the shooting of grouse, i 
pheasants and other game. After the j 
hunters are released from compar- 
ative Inactivity It is useless to at- r 
'tempt to ,. ! ihcm out for the clay j 
pigeons. I !i. n they want something 
more realistic in the shooting line, 
and contests over the traps Interest 
them but little. Hence the announce- 
ment that the Vlcorla cUiF.s annual 
tournament -Is to be. held within a 
couple of weeks, that tho I^ingford 
Plains' traps are being prepared for 
the occasion, and that there are to be 
many and handsome prizes hung up. 
The Capital Club also is arranging to 
give the season a fitting conclusion. 
More Information as to Its plans Is 
expected later. Meanwhile It he- 
hqovea those fond of cracking the 
clay pigeons to do everything possible 
to keep In the best possible form. 
There opportunl.ty-ls coming soon, and 
there are going to be plenty of des- 
irable awards within the gra^p of 
those able to oop off the targets with 
any degN^ot accuracy. 



FRUIT-TREES 



"Hope springs eternal — "but a wise investment in our 
Fruit Stocks bears results that can be foreseen and counted 

on. . • ■' - • .. 

-> -We have a fine lot of clean, healthy and strong stock to 
pick from, and a catalogue that is most interesting to horti- 
culturists and flower lovers. Free for the asking. 



TheVancouverlslandNurseryCo.Ltd. 

SOMENOS 



Subscribe torTHE COLONIST Advertise in THE COLONIST 



We Have Developed 
Expert Tailors 



Tt'.s team-work tliat wip.s — 
"Persistent, heady team-plat/' 



Von see tlie beaut if iiL result oJi tlio 
Lacrosse field, on the Foothall "gridiron," 
,'ind around the Baseball diamoild— in 
o\(:)ry walk and work^of-^ie "ieam-iplay" 
v.-ins out. - 

Soini-ready Tailoring' is' a -system of 
organized team-work — wholesale /tailor- 
ing— ^that flevelops team workers/ tailor 
liHii who become ".stars" and "arti.sts" in 
the conception and production/ of/-4ine 
clothes for men. 

T"lu' (inickest iiinn ^^'e convince is t^'ie man 
who knows- ihf- retail triilor Tiinisolf. 
Last .sca.son I (in iiM'nhaiit tuilor.s in 
Canada alone a[)j)li(:il Inr tlie Semi-ready 
Tailoring rights for their town. 




l i^iile Muk 




SUMMER UNDERWEAR 



Bathing Suits, Working Pants, Outing Suits, Flannel Suits, 
Straw Hats, Auto Dusters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 
Business Shirts are still beiui^ sold at Sale Prices 



AT- 



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'sftj^^^issyi^s^ssa^siwssJKWSWS^was*^^ 



undreds of barijains still To be turned^ into cosh, as 



room nuist be made for Immense shipments 



TVrff-nmton 13cniW'<'-brf and S.i. k Siilu— <n 
Rfrtr«, Worslf^j jnd Tweedj — at Ji5, tlO 



'nCifc^New Fall Goods 



MteltMlitaMMiMIWiiaBBWa 



B. WILLIAM 

Clothiers and Hatters. Exclusive Agents for Semi-Ready lailoring. 614 Yates St. 





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Saturday. Aua^at 13/ 1910 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



IT 





a 



fiiT-t- 



Is on the Outside of Every Box 

For All the World to See 



Every user of "FVult-a-tives" know-s exactly what is hf-iiit; taken. Tho 

formula of this famous fruit nT^dicipe is pr!nt<^.rl plninlx- on i tu' oiitslcle of, 

' every box. We have stated many tlmp.s — anil no«- .mate clPiirly — that "Frult- 

-a-tlveB"-ia matlp of the Julci's of appJo.'i, oruiiK'-s. fiifs'aiid pnuip.'', witli 

valuable heart and nerve tonics and , anlisopUi-ii. 

Everyone know« thai fruit juice Is Is hi'iilthl'ii !' bus [..rhj ps a.ijur iln t\n\- 
understand why this It true. 

Fruit Juke consists of about 1' 1 iiri^'-at vvhut, K iier (■••iit '<■: sw ..■.■>_ prin- 
ciple, and 1 per cent i^f a hlttor Bubstanre. Jt is tho quiiruily ol bitter 
principle In fruit that g-lves the fruit viilue as a- medicine; - An-emloent phy- 
sician of Ottawa, nfter vtarH of experimenting, found a method of increas- 
ing the bitter principle. In fruit juice, tluis invrca^InK the medicinal or cura- 
tive qualities. 

The julcps are first extracted from fre.«il' :■;;"■ I'-nnK'S, iii'l'l''"-. ' i:' 'inil 
prunes. By a secret proipss, .sume of the, ."wcim at'Mns .-iro replaced l5\- the 
hitter principle. Then ttuiios and airt4sept.lcs are add^d, and iho whole'^ 
made Into tablets, now known far and wide as "Frult-a-tlves." 

"Frult-a-tlves" is'the only medicine In the world— that Ji maae of fruit 
Juices, and is one of the few remedies that have let Mielr •'.mposltion be 
known from tlu-ir lui ■ uduciion to the that, have let_-tittif- composition -h*» 

"Frult-a-tlves" Is nature's stimulant for the liver, boweU, kidneys and 
^kin. In cases of obSv^nate Constipationj Liver Trouble, Inctlsestlon, Back"-" 
ache, Rheumatism, Headai'h'^^s and /iTirpure Blood, this wo.inerfui fruit medi- 
cine cures when everything else 'falls. 

"Frult-a-tives' 
box. 25c., or will 
Limited, Ottawa. 



Is sold .e<\-ery%vhere at nttc a box, or 6 for $2.50i or tHal 
be sent, postpaid, on receipt of price by Frult-a-tlves 



MICHELIN WINS 



"AS USUAL- 
AT 



Indianapolis Motor Spredway 

May ?7» iSiaffd 30,1910 

WHEELER AND SHEBLER TROPHY, MAY 28 



1st Marmon 

2nd Jackson. Lynch . . . 
^^rd Xati'onal, Aitken . 
4th Buick^ A. Chevrolet 



Harroun MICHELIN'S "as usual 

MICHELIN'S "as usual" 

. . ,. MICHELIN'S "as usual" 

MICHELIN'S "as usual" 



Three day's racing — 28 
24 won on MICHELIN 



separate events-— 
TIRES!! WHY? 



In §toc|c By 



THpS. PLIMLEY 

riki Government Street. VICTORIA.' 



Kumerio at Portland. 

I The Weir liner Kumerlc has shifted 

i to, Portland to take aboard 3.000,000 

feet of lumber for the Far East. She 

sails from this : port for the Orient 

I August 26., • 



. Queen Arrives from South 

With about forty paBsengera and a 
large cargo of southern fruit. for this 
■liorT'the -Paoifi« Cbast liner Queen ar- 
j rlyed here -yesterday morning from 
Jthe Golden Oate. She left agakn short- 
I ly after noon for Seattle. 
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Eart*nrtra1«rr«t YakutKt. -^-' 

The steamer Bertha which arrived 
j at Seattle Thursday evening birought 
I word of 4. alight tremor of the earth 
, at Yakutat, Alaska, August .')th. The 
I quake shook up the buildings a|o:ig 
i the waterfront but Ao segrlous damage 
was done. 



Prince Rupert Tonight 
The ."steanver Prince Rupert will' re- 
turn frotn Esquimau this .afternoon, 
where .she has been for a week being 
overhauled. She ttill' leave for SeattU- 
at midnight, and .sails for Prince Ru- 
pert and Stewart according ta sche- 
>nday niarfting at 10 ^. m. 



RlWnS'deQhiirtirjjd. 
tying- ■ t4? <i- o ft- P<*ggt 



Atter tying- ■ t a .I ei " . o n- P4>get So\md 
vaters slnfe - Pgcfn'rifecr 1,'^the Di ' Ulah 
ship Bl versUle. _1.590 toiis, ^ow" . at 

Quarterniaster li"-' 'is 'Been char-. 

tered to carry i\ lunib«>r from 

-Tacoma to Hanii.iv.. „, The shlj) will 
be ready for loading fn ten day?.* Her 
cargo consists of a valuable shipment, 
of ahlp decking .and heavy timb.erB. 

"Go home," .»a)W Judge Foraker, 
Y 6U maae an' a|rr c^tent to fight 




ahd you lost. Take your medicine.^ 



of Los 



iOIRAL GROONDS I 



Rresident Montreal, Lacrosse 
- Gliib^uggests That Matches 

for' Minto Cup \ be Played 

Under New Rules ^ 



iiiiril-iiiii I 



Under Canadian 

Control' ■ 



ital,$l,0iA.,4)00 



Study the following prices of pil stocks and see 
what this Company^s prospects are, ' , 1 

Issue Price, Present Price. Dividends. 



Lucile ...i 

Sauer Dotigh .... 

Sterling 

Caribou ......... 

San Francisco and 

'McKittrick $10 

sriAL cs •••••••«.« 

Pcerlc?s 



•^S ,.,a:$J^'S<90--. I0^,.monthly 

.10 3;oo 10% monthly 

•35 400. 55% quat-tcrly 

•15 • 15-25 25% monthly. 



225 28.50-*;^ y*% monthly 

• -50. 7-<^~:;f^^lcl)er month 

Most of tlrcse companies, pay; spemT'WSsai^S In 
addition. 

Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 
?1, 326, 626 

Total Dividends to Date, 
"""^ $31,284,002. 



This Conlpany owns a lease of 60 acres in section 32, 12-23, '" the very 
.heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field, surrounded by gushers of-jilowing wells 
a royalty of, 1-7 of the oil produced. ■■ ' 

"'he Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,000,000 in 
Oil dimng 3 months. Nbvv flowing 40,000 barrels per day. ' ■ 

TheNDbispo, within ^•^ niile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on stKJune at i,8oo-feet. • 

.NOTE THEv^OCATION— W.HAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 
Ivxtract frn>H^t-k€ I.os .'\nj:;clc.s Times, July 17th — l-'roin a correspon- 
dent— rOn Section ^a which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a trema^dous vvell has recently been brought in, which I saw 
flowing at the rate of t>ooo barrels per hour. As Congressman Hale has 
aptly said, I prcier this wdl to~the big one. of the Lake view,, as it is abso- 
lutely under control and sw^ld be a-stcady producer "for years to come. 
This well holds the record iiiNjie Midway field" tor having been drilled in 
seventy days with a ten-inch ca^g its whole depth of 2,165 feet.^nd its 
production is-remarkal)Ie when it is\onsiderc(l thdt the Oil ^yas struck aifter 
th6 drillers had entered the oil sand biHtwo feet, whereas in tile cMe^d^^^^ 
LakeyJe\v,I,.undcrstaniLLkgy-£nlere<;l thcVnl .sani^ sixteen j^eet-bf^nrp thrt big 
^^p«>4**cti<wi.-came about, ,— Just south of Scbdon 30,-the company is: drifliiig 
two wells on the forty anft4ixty acres it o\vHs on Section 32. One of the 
..^itells is dowji-Over 1.200 fret and will re^c '' ''i'\k1 sand at about r,'5p6 feet. 
The Mi(iway.:..^k»rt!n in, wiihin .V"> of un.s Company's property, 

brought in a similar Well on July 4th last^-at-A depttN^Ji,920 feet. 
■. Contractors expect to reHch riil in 90 davs. 

One-WelURroducing 1,000 Barrels per day Means' a ProfXof $500 per day 

to the Company 



One of the results of the recent trip 
, >f the Montreal lacrosfte club's team 
to tJie'.F*aoiriO coast for the purpose 

■ 'f attempting to Itft til? treasured 
.Minto cup from New Westminster/ 
comes In the form of a communication 
lo the trustees recommending certain 

hanges In th6 rules governing these 
)mpv'tition8. Th? moat' important 

■ mong these is one auggestlng that the 
^amcs hereafter- -be.j played on heatrul' 

JKrourtds .TfndtHe 'reeclpta enually^dl;, 

I \ tdcTJ lietweeh the competing teamsr 

.Mr. \Y\ E. Flndlay, president of the 

Mo.B.Lrefl.l.."<;lub who accompanied the 

■rum on. Its recent pilgrimage t6 the 

■ oast, is the author "of the epistle 

j which speaks for itself. It follawfe: 

! "As I understand it, this trophy was 

{presented by Earl Minto with the dis- 

;tinct oliject of e'm'ounismg our natlon- 

iui game, arid of promoting contests to 

determine the relative merits arid su- 

preihacy ' of the teams, wlUch during 

tiie current season have wan-,- first 

• place In their respective leagues. It 

was pcver the Intention, I am sure, 

that either the tiiallenger or holders 

"1' the cup should have anj' advantage 

over the other, but that both should 

be 041 an erjua) basis In every respect, 

otherij^l,"trv the definite object for which 

th* tropliy vvas given becomes a dead 

letter, iind there is no triie teat of the 

merlt.« of !the teams. 

''Neither was It ever Intended that 
the po.<iseSslon of the cup should be the 
instriunent for financial gain to the 
detrlnii^nt of the spirit of true sport, 
aiul the encouraging of the reta'n'"K 
or securing of the cup by fair means 
or .foul. That this latter S'tate of af- 
falr.s,, exists, is a well-kno.vy*n .facf3o, 
all those having an intimate knowlecige 
»f exi-stlrtg conditions, and of what the. 



.-:>s^ : ■„■■,■■ 
A View Taken of the ,Slern of the Vessel. 




(Sri^at'creOtt. is deserved i>y tluNs - iii..iniifTs 'of iho ship?'' crew. It 

rraritheBBTnen-wrhT)— removed the hand biiggage and private helong- 

' isBSSfinjsers without any' delay, and, sa_fely. Tl>oy also asslst- 

glreatly m waking, the passengers. ' . 



t;;wBrar;thej 
etj,;.jglpftai 



half their expenses, as by dolhg so 
both are placed on the same basis fi- 
nancially, and the evjl attached to that 
feature is lessened. . 

"These chiinges are absolutely neces- 
s.iry to remedy the farcical situation 
which exists frt, tiio present time, nnd 
to plaice the contests on a proper plane, 
and I am satisfied th.at If the trustees 
will takP the tlwo and troi\ble Ntn in- 
veatigato existing: condHlona and ipply 
the proper remedy, they will be amply 
repaid by the knowledge that they are 
carrying out Earl MInto's intentions to 
leave with us a, troph.v wVilch Will keep 
his name identified with the best. there 

lis l-M pure sport and our Canadian rta- 

.tlonal game. . ' 

i" '".Asking your kind con(sld«ra'tlon for 

'thte communicntlpri, and assuring you , ^y 
that It Is prompted only, by a desfre to J I 
brlngr about a correct appreciation of,: « 
the purpose.. fot. which the tr.ophy wai i * 
presented, I am, faithfully youi-s, ■■ i '' 
- ' ., . .'^ ' ■ "W. is.' FiyDLAY." ; * 

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jj.fjHsesslon of the cup mejitis to a -club j The 
from a flnan<rtal standpotms* arrd t"+-^i^-i 



Prince George, Sails 
e steamer Prince Gefwrge 



i-annot "believe that the trustees are 

I ware o? the' evil feature which Is so 

r.ir removed from . the .spirit which 

i !iiO)iipteil tl>c .donation of the trophy, 

jor they would have mjide it their busl- 

I riosa- to see that -these (?onteii<ts were 

<;irrled out so as to eliminate the 

m»»rrejjary element and bring out the 

there Is' In our great national 



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Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

■ , ' , -•--' -- . . ,, , ■ , ■ » , '■■■■ 

Over 250,000. Shares have been sold privatel^'iri Prince ]< 



K'l [.iTt :i; 



.■inrnnver. 



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«fc0.1)rtt.l ' 



•Ifti* 



Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non^Assesscible, now each 25c 

i.Hor) feet to 2tOOO feci. 



j "l beg to point out In the first plaee, 
I that all contests for the trophy should 
, trike, place on a neutraV field which 
I .-hall be approvpff of by the trualces, 
I BO that nelher teikfn >vlll hRVf &n ad- 
! Vapta'ge. . """.i ^.j,^. '"• .''.;• '--r — " 



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yeslerflay morning for Prince .RopprtJ 
with the following passengers: Wll- i 
Mam Dunn, it; P. McXeli;, G.' D. Alg^r, 
J.. F, McDonald, Dr. A. T., .Watt, Dr. 
F". MnntiKambert, Mrs. A. S. bavls^ 
Miss M. Davis and Mr. Ho ffw an. ■ — - 

Toronto 'I'elegram,. speaking of the 
lirutallty of Incrdrfise.' which nowadays 
.Mfiums to be n pet miljject and worthy 
jTi'nn ,ff ^ijf, pyipji imp Ijonkmakhi'; and 
fan-tan^ some penplo h»i v«^ "the ''I**'' ""■> 



As soon as the Diil! reaches i,o^o feet the prirc 
then subject to quotation oritlic OiT'TTxcHajige 



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I !,'"> 500. I Ml will lu 

iiy. donarT)ills"fD'r 25c. 



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I Will Pay 5c per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six MonthS-^t $i.oo--per Share 



.SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 






A. T. Frampton 



l-ISC.AL AND TRANSFBii A(jl:NT 



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Mahon Building, Victoria, B.C. 



"aecondl.v, that it in absolutely nec- 
^esanry that If .th<>se contests are to 
1 1 tH«awi^att^bey."Rh<ujW, th.3t the tntsteea 
lecofrnlzp the Importance of securing^' 

oriiii;its who ai^TX'ih''est7~g'g;jTabie, nnd 

rutir'cly free "from lofal prejudice or 

! liitluences-, -nnd tlint they rrr Informed 

' i\- yo iT i vh. i t l. s expected o.f tliom. ' 

'"th+i'dt^; :-t4ifl*: raa- tfecaec-iMwtes ts a r& 

iipposf;.?! to t)e_a test itMhe auiiretnacy 

of the' varftyis league ]r.';ider.g . they 

lishoiilil be pla.ved Immediately after 

[ tlu'li- serio.>; ('loses, or not atall, as the 

I oh.i.'.-t Is IfkHi if the.v are (Ipferrod to 

III. following- -season, when- either or. 

iiolii niivy.-he the weakest tea-ms In their 

■ i-^^pyn-tH'Bri-lert-g.tie*-.- - ■^-- .--i* — ,m^.~^^.,,i„^ — 

'Kourtlih-, that the receipts -f^omTRe 
I in.ilrlies,^shall lie divided equally,' tlu; 
I challenging club to be allowed one- 



da.vs an Indian namtSd Dalllehoult Ava-^ 
expressly rtepntodto^lay the faounis l{oS< 
Mackcnjiie hors de comt)at i,<y, (llgglng 
.tlije..M!-t-l eni'i.of Ills #--tlck liurt the ubove- 
ine-nifoncd Kentlpiiijin's Thd.iuicn. .' 'I'iil.ii 



was in the day.'; of the j'l.d 0;JJf.p..fJos .gtj,, jjot^ 



IVwi" afd .larx Is sti- 
,Mi.iIs'tv t»now.s W 



et Krouii.l.*. and 
lei-eof lie .';pe;il;-. 



Mi:. 



The Way the" 

From the , Other 
of the Island 



Side 



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the whole blame shuoild rest at fli«.^ dO()r 
of proressiona,lil«m. As a' rp-'>*«e" n* fact, 
It was only a sli Vrt .'tftiie agio tt;at ;iohn 
M(jf8cy,i,reminl3cina; of the past to n la- 

upon which InHhose good old utnatiRur^^pcDple,' especially ,1ft Jv' W W estmlnstfr 



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and Manchester who .jvlll think otlier- 
Wlse. Both cupa have been In Montreal; 
Th,ey wet-e well tretiteid, and had ihey 
returned they would have been cet^taln 
of a Jie'ni'ty welcome. But'tf flrev w-iii 



-Without^., tbcnu rVjid -'i.lifn 



was lie not numager.of one of ll»e feums? 
So .voit see. nil tllio pte.ising arid charsii.-- 
loi-Liitlc features -tVnai-i-o.sse iire nut ot 
iiinili ' ' --1. nor the iiiunral 7>ro- 

■K<'.n> ;i.-ili.sm. 



t'lir I thiiiR--) In life xxorHi while— Uio coinliii; 
Moni reitl-.VaTtmial matPlrr' fftF~Tn8tanve; 
tlip hiK canoe iricct at_ai_Iitl].ns. and, be- 
.slti(i3v^_UMir«~.Ht-o- always the tinyalg lo 
fiilt li:\( k upon for ciinsola'ti' '^hlrf^a 
inlslii 1"^ imicli woi-se thai-i ! 



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II... nil ■•11 lir- .\ll;oill.- .-(ilisr, „,,„ ,,m: iviimij T,.„ KllililiUl 

cup on the I'aelftt:.-- ---Vi'elV.-^-tiimTr-lST.'IltsJ,^;^^"^ 
accounting for taste. Montreal wilt 
Mnturnlly think It i\n exhil.ltlon of bud 
tame til ench capf, -n-hUf tli'^re arc other 



• Her-— "Man. uli^n ve 

here, ye c"an see the 

niiiri'-ki-al-l, -directions."' Ed-^ 

Inhurgh V'lsrtor-^"They,'re tryln' to «»- 

cape, re^ si^. Kgllo^w any one o' them 



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Views of the Princess May and MneMsle^ 





an'. it II lead ye oot o' the toun." 



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VICnOBIA DAILY CX)LOyiST 



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..Michigan Street— 9-room House and lot, 60 x 138. Price, 
$3,000. $1,000 cash , balance, S25 per month., 

Xangford Street— 7-.foom ; Gottag^e' and one lot,/ 60 ,x 130. 

* Price,$2,50o. ICasy terms given- 

.1 
S.W. Corner,_.Stanley and Grant Streets — 7-rooni modern 

/Dwelling and corner lot, stone foundation. Price, $2,600 
$r,ooo cash, balance I and 2 years. 

Albany Street— '5-room liouse, with large reception hall. 
With the house, a quarter-acre of ground, qonimandiuL; 
nice view. Price, $3,200. $900 cash, balance at 7 pcr 
cent. - ' 



Cedai Hili Road— 7-roomPIoube and one lotr— Price $2,650 
$550 cash, balance $25 pej? month. 

One Lot, 50 x 123— On" Robertson street, close to car line 
and beach: Price $6ob.. .$100 cash, balance $20 monthly. 

2 Lots off Oak Bay Avenue— Wiimot Place. Ivot.^ are high 
and dry, an<l only 150 yards from, Oak P.ay Avenue. ' $750 
each. Half cash. 

Cambridge Street— One lot, 62j/^ x 104, fenced with post 
;uk1 raiii^. $450 cash will handle this. Price, $i,050'- 

Montreal Streets— One lot, between OrTtari.. and Michigan. 
5()xi20. Price $1,000. 



FRUIT FARM 

Situated in Ksquimalt district,, being fuur miles fmm ilie city and ^less than quarter of a 
mile from flag statiS'ri on E. &N. Railway. .. 

' 52 acres, of which 14 acrd^, are charrd and under cull i\aii.Mi, balance in rock and timber, 
iheir being abottt 2,000 cords t)f wood. ' ■ ' ' 

The land is all tile drained and feared and l>as an -.rcdiard of 1,400 trees.^ 1,300 Pippins 
S 1 r y.eai:.s,ol_d, lOO.^saorted pears, peaches, etc, of which 20 are in full bearmg. 

Ne\v I 1-2 storey dwelling of six rooms, bath aud .pantry, small cottage,:iour new chick- 
en lu-u^es and usuan>arns, four wells of good'watcr besides"running stream. An ideal place 
and a money maker. • ' '" "~" 

- Price $14,000 on Easy Terms 







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B.C. LAND 3t INVES TMENT AGENCY 
XTXl VV^ il • 11 1 




p. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Mones to Loan. : firs Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Rent. 




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Phone 107 6. 



1130 BROAD STREET. 



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INVESTMENTS 



Home Or Farm 

Six Acres, 300 yards from Cit y bo undary and 
ten minutes from car, 3^ acres ctiltivated and plant- 
ed with 800 apple trees just bearing, and about 
14,000 small fruits. Large house, in good repair, 
with stable 20.x 32. City water and telephone. 
Splendid for sub-dividing.- 

— Price $12,000 

Terms. • • 




Five Houses 

All large and ill good repair, within J^-mile circle, 
standing on two iots, with 120 feet frontage, third" 
lots from street car. -, Pays 10 per cent. ' - - , 

The value of this property is steadily increasing, 
and the above of fers an investment not to be equal- 
led in any part of the city. 

Price $9000 

Easy Terms 




Look at 



PEMBERTON & SON 

/ 614:^0^*^ STREET 



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FOR A FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE NEAR PARLIAMENT 
BUILDINGS, containing gas, ^electric light, bath, hot' and cold 
water. Lot is 60 x 120. For'terms anUparticulars apply to 



GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O. Box 307 
He AD OFFICES 



633 YA^ES^STREET 



Phone 66+ 



f LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
LINHHAM & CO, Jordan River. ■ .' . 



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NEXT NOVEIER 



There Are..Now tighteen Va- 
cancies — Possible a Cana- 
dian May. be Among the 
Appointed 



might be largely populated with Por 
tugese Patriarchs and ox-Patrlarchs. 
Doubtless this problem has bee'n solved, 
satlsfactol-ily, byt no inkling of the 
solution has become public. We are on 
much safer .ground, however, with re- 
gard to other prelates whose names 
are rneationcd..; o:rj:„gT)od . authority in 



Vancouv«t5 W. «f. Boyt», <5ttaw»'' Mr; 

and Mrs. H. R. Moore, New York; J. F. 
Dullas, Edinburgh; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. 
EKcrton Shore, A. W. Kent. Toronto; 
Ivieut. Gen. Sir J. Bado-n-PoweH: Eng.- 
land; Capt. Irvine. England: John Mo6rc,_ 



Texas ;"Xr Art Cox. B. N. Gall and party 
are meatVoncaA;o_rj-_gX>oa auinortiy m iVaucouver; Mlsa W. C. Crltcheon. Port 
connectlbn with the. next Consistory, -^vthur; Lawrence Redlngto n,^ aqatttg: 



Ttie Rome correspondent of _ the 

Tablet points out, there are now no 
ffwcr itian eighteen vacancies and 
twelve cardinals less than when Plus 
X. caine to the Pontlflonl throne. 

But there is at least good reason to 
believe that hla hfiltness Intends' to 
hold a"C:on3lstory In November, which 
will fill many of the. vacant places. It 
has been taken for 'granted, usually, 
that two of the most certain "orea- 
lions" at the next Consi.story will be 
thoae of Mgr. Granlto dl Belmoiite, 
I'ontinral Nuncio at Vienna, and Mgr. j 
Mendez Bello, Patrlnrch of LlBbon — 
tint It has been an open secret that 
there have been some difficulties in tho 
way. In the case of the Nuncio, tlie 
normal course .would have been a re- 
cuieat to the Holy Fnther for his ele- 
vation sent by the liinperor Francis 
.fosepli, tmd this at the ln.stanco of 
the Austrian government. JJut fhe Aus- 
. Irian "prime minister. Count Aehren- 
IhftK has never fofglven Mgr. Oranito 
r..r hlH niit-spoken condemnation of 
IM ofRssor^vV:ihrnvuHdr*n*V-M»>tll Iftteli^ 
nt Icawt, hftf> -sho-w^n. no disposition to 
take tho InUintfve in requesting his 
elevation t . tho Sacred College. Nor 
Is the c.i^iu oi the Patriarch of Lis- 
bon quite so clear as it has seemed 
to the public. There Is an arrangement 
between rortngal and the Holy Seo 
which provides that the "Patriarch ' of 
Lisbon is to be created a cardinal at 
the first Consistory at which cardinals 
are crtrated. after his aivpointme-nt-to- 
the See. But ho provision seems to 
, have been mnde for the case that has 
actually occurred—that of th6 resigna- 
tion of a -cardinal Patriarch of Lis- 
bon •-■ jilirr.- Bell-o'S- predeeesson, .,-4.hft 
rYanciscan" ~Cardlhari?e»rls stni allver 
and a romparatlvel!/ young man as 
•:«rdiira"lH'Kr,. although he Is. after Car- 
dinal OrrKna,"Tnc-""WTilor member of 
ihe Sacred College.-' Doe.s the right to 
he car.linrttete for the Patriarch re- 
main tind.-r these circumstances? And 
rfMtrrBello becomes Cardinal Bello, 
and is 'shortly afterwards forced to re- 
sign his see. will Ijis ^"^f^f'^r- .'7; 
have tho right to the purj)!?. And '.s 
U in harmrfny with the sprit of the 
arrangemf>nt between the Holy bee 
^'d I^rtugat th..t the sacred College 



There Is. no doubt, for Instance, that 
Mgr. Clsletl, who has for rrjany years.: 
performed all the duties Of Majorflotw)- 
and Alaetre dl Camera for Pius X., 
will become Cardinal Blsletl— any more 
than there is any doubt that At Will 
be exceedingly difficult to replace him, 
even If his successor Is to be, as is re? 
ported, Mgr. Le Croy, who many years 
ago left the court of Leo XIII., under 
whom he was one of the Chatnber- 
lalns parteclpanl, to do parochial work 
In his native BelglumT Again, Mgr. 
Lugari, the learneO^&nd holy Assessor' 
of the Holy Office, Is given as one of 
the most certain "creations." He Is 
sixty -four years of age, and did not 
bcc€HTie Airiest until he was lUty, but 
his extraordinary talents as yye^l as 
the Important, office he has filled for 
the last eight years hns given him a 
foremost place in the Curia. The third 
seml-certalnty on the'*ii.«t is Mgr. Del- 
la Chiesa. Arclibishop of Bi>loR:na. who 
was for so many y ' v ' r m- 

polla's righ t hand •'> 

State. Finally. IT ' orr'-Ni-.onuciit's 

information is : .lied on, the 

Holy Father ha.s (iei>rm[ne3~I"o bestow 
the honor of the puriale on thie Arch'- 
bishop of Westminster. Among other 
churchmen-mentioned are the Apostolic 
Delegate to Washington, Mgr. Falconlcf. 
who may be replae&a in' this offlco by 



Mgr. Agius, O. 
the work set hi 
Philippines. ,Th(u^' 
two cardinals am' 
Spa4a.(-thaugh.,tbfiiu; .l, >• .u 
Ish cardinals in Rome), an 



Inishing 
in the 

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J. A. Pratti Vancouver; R: 
ClUcago.;- li. S. Coxen^ Vahcouvori Mr, 
and Mrs. Mcl.4itignlln. New York; Mr. 
and Mrs. Hunt. Minnesota; Dr. B'rlg- 
etoke; fehanghal; Col. Gordon, England; 
L. A. McMlchon, Chicago. 

At-th* BrUrd— 

Miss Taylor. Kamloops; A. Galloway? 
Kamloop8)~A^"ir."~t5unfleld, Winnipeg: 
H. McDonald, Seattle; O. K. Arnold. 
H. M. Arnold. Brandon, Man.; Dr. A. A. 
Park<3r. ft. IlobsotTJoneB, A. Blair. Van- 
couver; p. F. Carver, N. W. Carver, 
Windsor, N. S.: J^'U Sage. Hope. B. C; 
Jo liu, D. Gia hani. Toronto; S. D. Moscs; 
Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Rlckmttn, 
Montreal; C. A. Portei^ Vancouver: D. 
R. Whrtehea d. Toronto; John Watt, 
Portland; B. X.^Eddy. Kosebury; Mak 
Levy, Port Townsend; Wv H. Haryey, 
Mrs. Banks, Mrf. (}oddard, -Master 
Denny Goildard, Vancouver^^A- K. BUpt" 
su^^ M.intrt'al; W. ,1. Crcen, Montreal: 
.1 I . creeji. MlBst Creen, Hamilton; Mr.M. 
Tiirner, Calgary; .T, E. Meyers, Seattle: 
Mr.s. C. Deiiliiim, Corge Park; Kugone W. 
Vest and wife, Tacon^^; E. P. Kept and 
wife, F. L. Grelvra, Australia; Mrs. G. 
F. Burns, Miss M.- W, .Smythe, Toronto; 
Wm. ,Hoai), wife and daughter, Seattlci 
Mr.-*. Votis, iMiHH Taylor. Kaml oapB. 

At thfr- Kliiir T.dward— . ~'_ 

11, Vi^ioouVer; 



eouver; T. 8. Murray. Queanel; T.; Hal- 
IMay and wife. Corfleld; A. - F. Tatca. 
Nanalmo; Miss Th'erold, Vancouver; F. 
H. Corbett, England; R. Murray, S. 
Green. T, Burns, C. Donahue. B. McDon- 
ald, A. Larmlll, S. McConag! W. OU- 
Triore, E. Mathe»on, F. MaUieaon. W^ 
Peacock, A. C. Wl'lght, J. .D'onab*^c. 
Vuncouveir; Rev. Jtr'W . Ker by and.j.ife. 
•*r-liatHSon, Calgary: A E. Cagel, Uug- 



Chicago . . . . . . 

Bostidn .... . . 

Philadelphia .. 



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eouver; A. C. Rohb, V'ancotiver; Dcat-* 
coness Marshall, MWb' Rotjertsori, Van- 
couver; J. L. Benn«t, Vancouver; CD. 
Dorrls. Master • Dorrls. Phoenly. Arl4.; 
T. B. I)ow^^U and \«lfe. Mllwaukfee: Miss 
T. Johhson, Eau Claire, Wl«.; H. B. 
j!j«wcomb. St. Loui»; c. L. Copp and 
wife, Vancouver; W. L Flrnle, Kam- 
loops; T>. A. Simon, Kdincinton; 'A. A. 
Anderson. Seatttip; D. AV. (.'(jok, wifte and 
family, Miss Winters, Revelstokc; T. 
Halllday, Corfleld; Geo. N. Butcher, 
Tod Inlet. 

At the Bi^Bwlok — 

k MpKendrlck. Wlnnipei;, i;. Whlt- 
tl'ngtoh, Mi8.s May- Logc-r, .S, Colvert. 
Seattle: E. C, Clark, Shirley, J., D. Lar- 
son and wife, Central Park; L. E, Cotor, 
S. Hepburn, Seattle; G. Dlsher. W. Witt, 
VancoMver. 

At the Bal&oral— ' " 

MlHS Exley. 6>V 8i\8cuUhon>e, JCorth 
.Saftntch; G. A. Purvis. O,- Small, ' R. V. 
Perry, .(oHoph Beeolr. tl. —tlZarscallen,, 
Vauconver; Mrs. A. Gldiey WIpnlB^isi 
C. C. O'Loughlln and wife, Hcatlle; A. B. 
CartkW|lgh.t^. jGange'H IJarlmr ^ — . — — ^ — 



NjHtJonat 
f^TsbSTON. Aug. . 12.— Chicago Won 
from Boston today, 5 to 3, the win- 
ning runs coming in the seventh' in- 
nings on bunthrd hits, an error aud 
two bases on balls. 



■Chicago 
Boston 



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P^EBALL RESULTS 

Northwestectt. 



Pittsburg •• 
Brooklyn .. 

St. fiouls . . 
Philadelphia 

Cincinnati . 

New York .1 



Jorfcey City 
ibchtatfir-^ 

3'oronto . . 

Baltimore . 

Newark . . 
Montreal . . 

Providence 
"Btrffalo . . 




Fort Street Lot 

• 6ox 120, neirgorner of Quadra and Fort. Price for a few days 

: -^ $12,500 _ 

Terms: One-third cash, balance i and*2 years equal pa^f^ 
ments, 7, per cent interest. . "' .-• 

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HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. _ | 
a< i > 1 1 1 1 1 t "^ ' " ^ * i « ' «*»*»>* <i> «♦•«*•»»«♦«»•»*♦»* » » »» 

Do You Want a Cheap Home? [f So, Let lis Show You These 

(3fi) «-roomed-lioua«, oh Vining street, /all .modern, this lious^ '"*!?: 
«e»«ed for J^.OOO and all we are asking Is 13,100. A v^ry aroall 
payment dQwn- will secure' t, It Is one block from the proposed 
, High Schodll>lit«. I 

(84) Ajnphion •ftreet.'Oak Bay, 6-foomed house on a verj- large lot. 
go-od streH, gVaded arid all modem conveniences. We can aeli yo" 
tills at SnooX Submit us th* best terms you can 

6'.roomed hbuae ari^ «» *<"•* °' l*h^ -'0? rejUjust the thing for ohlcktns. 
at $lt' ptT month.; , • . • ^ 



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Pri 

dinHi;-i, • 

this n<r, 

,no fewfi iiMiii 

have died sipr. 

Consistory. N> 

United States, Canada, Gc 

tria', Hungary? ^t v'''""'""' 

impossible to f < 



i3t cardliialitlal 



.luiiUiii. ripokano; K. A. Arnold,! . TACOMA, Aug. 12.~McCami 

; Ur>i. C. G. Jolinsoh, Wilson; ftllowcd Seattle ~5ut" one hit today, a 

(,' AJ Johnson, J. L. Lawrence, J.. -B, : single, but couldn't win on aLCCpunt of 

;!l?l;lJamiia.,jaja...J[:. JL,J<uiaa-JCfltu^ P.oiLr_:/M^iinfcJjLeh'nd ijim.- : ., Five 

I Willougliliy. Mrs, C. Wnioughby. Miss -trxors gave Seattle two run s and tho 

fy,^ ' WiMMiuriii-v TteRlnn: R«>v. W. cO. Glf- game. '.The hit did not play a part in 

"" ' . ■' I . I r,p scoring, Sockart also pitched fine 

i. ill, and though hit fi4p,lyv was given 
perfect aupjiort. 

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if HLA1\I ESTABLISHES 

NEW WOBLD'S RECORD 



Royal Realty Company 

'Phon» 2394 



615 Fort Street 



CLEYET^A ND,. O.^-Athg^'i^— -Drivert 
by ChaVlfs Ta n ner, of rievt-hi n tl, C. K. 



mil, W. II.' .sii,riii. Ml 
Uninlltnii: C. U. Cooppr, 

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N'.iiiC'jU. 
K.'lley, B. , U. 

.Stirn;;tK', >ri^I> 



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■lilies, _\ 
' anclsco. 



" AT THE CITY HOTELS 

At til e Empress— 

Wm. P. McKnight, Grand Rapids; E 



Wl^ItcF^ti'^^fe^^aMcWK'stT'l^m^^ andwTfe,- Sealll 



I At l.l'.f DoiiiUli'vvi- 



.1. H. Golden,, C. Cameron, Golden^ 




Batter;; 
>IcCauini. 



G. Billings' biiiuR Kt-ldlug.-ttlikmr-c^ 
tgbllahifd ft new Tvrrrfd's record today 
bv trotting" (i mile at North Itandall 
without wind Hhleirrin l:58%i, beating 
Lou Dillon's record by 2»4 secohfls and 
coming, within a quarter of a Second 
of efjualling- tlie rcpord made |by.i her 
with a, wind shield on October 24. 1905, 
whcrt ftho was trotted- a. mile at Mem- 
phis in 1 : B8^^7 'Horsemen • who h«4a 
watches on the great gelding's attempt. 
I result of today's perform- 

?, , t wlt'h' il \vnnd shield he wHl 

lie able to beat the mare's marlt. 



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imnv Vanrniivpr F«l;»ni1 T 



A SNAP 



AT CORDOVA 
BAY. 



Comox, Vancouver Island 

cleared and Ijush farm."; sn- 
frontage In district at all prices. 
Fine farming coun'try ; good local 
market. 

Apply Beadnell & Blscoe, Real 
Estate Agents; Comox and Court 
ncy, JB. C. 

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Island; P, P, RponpT. Denver, Color; W 
J. Watson. Ladysmlth; D. H. C o o p aj. 
Wife, Winnipeg; ,T. V. Henderson, Mrs 
Henderson, VantieBSer; Mr. and Mrs. E. 
Lechm.nnn. Dulth; W. E. EJarle, Ht. 
.Tohn; H. M. Tapley, Havana; C. C. Sny- 
der and wife.- Fnlrbiiry; Mr. and Mrs. 
■Toe Fletcher," Mr. Lnnkin, w: L. Nlchol, 
H. Nlchol, Vancouver; F. V. .Spring and 
w If CT~l:owa ; C, W. Wl ckei'; VaiieoH-^'e-ri 
Mr. nnti Mrs. ,C. F. Baxty, Kansas City; 
Kankin Leslie, Winnipeg; V. C. Fulton, 



Coast 
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by climbed, bark to 1; 
centage laddi r. 



E. K. ■Sargent, K: "O: Bewt t, Va7tcqtrr*r 1 j— -pr>irn^i^jH<f)^ 
Mrs. C- Humphrey. Renfrew; }*- y^- won._tMay!B- gante- f'-..iii 
•MnirttrO; LowaonrL. W., MlirKci,van-j-y,j, the score of. two 1 
eouver; W. B, 8mytl>e. Stewart: Milton 
Oppcnhelmer, P. B. Scrral, Vancouver; 
Mrs. de" Wolff and Infant, Vancouver; 
Mrs. Ballard, beattle; M. L. Riinmer. 
Soutbport: F. Hitisberg nnd wife, Ta- 
coma; C. E. Eulze, Thomns City; <'ha«. 
Willoughby, wife and tlaughlpr. TleRiiia; 
W,. It. Trotter. Winnipeg. L. (j. Iflll and 
wlVe. Chemainu8:,AnpfMf' Grant. Wlnnl- 



i;;.-^Portl(n 

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Danger Places In a gtorm 

I i '!,.■ - I ffv't. pl.T''^ In a thdi 

h'(1 ■ :in 

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,inni<,le 11 l.uiliWiiw .whi<.'h\lK ihovIjVmj 
M pf^rfprt ligbtiilng cnnfluclor. TTie 

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American 



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WliC, v,.ii^:5i»i«...i>.« , 1 -■ ..r^ • , 

peg; B. Klrohner, wife- and child, Van- 1 Cleveland 



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l^uHi : it uswal! ht- 

nlng. a sale place 1."* ih_i; /m'lM.i- ..;. tho 

largest room, where one is away from 

I!!,.' walls, or a -"" "i'"'-'- r"-'^'"'"^''"'" '*' 



to lie oh an in • 
contact with tlr 

The most dangciouH places in the 
ii'ouser'we are further toWh-are near t+te 
l.ill wiip IT iiu-oiJ4n-Ji^in.do.vk:„..ut..llie,fire- 
|d;i<-.': OufTdrte the hoiiBO .i)>e places oX, 
ilaiiRpr ai-e proxim'ity to walls ami ii>n 
Another danger la a crowd. The 
i-.lch rises from u crowd tends to 
,, ,,. .. ilnsh toward ttio crowd. .In the 
.,p<>n country one of the most dangerou.n 
plact'M Is the bank of a river. Avanuc"; 
of. trees." lakes and hedges aro Ukewif"' 
dangerAis, ' 

If any one doubt. s the danger of a 
hawthorn hedse. let hlth take hli stand 



K cottage atvi -staWc on ;t. 
g-ood lot 40X 1 70 "Jp 1 , 500 

.About $400 casii, balance 
easy >■■ 

Wescott & Letts 

r.awnout fi'b|n I_ j^iQudv i.U'-.i i<, Vatcs Street 



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at a safe distance during a respectable 
^slormjind watch the effect. Tho light- 
ning "wlU dart along the hedge like 
iheetg <'>f fl^. ^*,*!}® ohneirvor g"tn wr> 
to the skin, 80 mtieh the bettci 
unfety. ,,, 



All Americiina are bor n free and 
fqual. Most of them retain their free- 
dom, but few eurcee.d In remalnlnK' 
equal, says a Western ncw«paper. 



Saturday, August 13, 1910 



Victoria daily colonist 



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Victoria Arm 



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Se\on-roomed modern iw ■ t i' 
rr.m^'a^.^li^ rl\ ne\v. newly j^radcd cement 
Riioni- UK ii):ir : ' Vestibuif'',cl":i^ t-o,ini, 1i,;il 
rrK-iin. (leri, ilini,ngropm,. kitcli' - , r:''"': ' ■" 
rl^xMi vtairs. TlWee'-be^rocMWi-with-xlothe^ ■ ' 
room, toilet "ahd linen nx>rii\ip stairs. House vva> wrri 
liuilt for ovyngrLancl heated with hot air, larg-e open grate 
in (ira\King rOoriTT- stoiic fdund ji t ieiMaE gf ^ has p mn il-with 
stationary wash tnbs, hcnise #ten irentilated— ^lid first- 



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Valuable Income Bearing Property 

W^c.haye.lor sale Ihc Property ;>iluah'l ■ mi Lhc; corner < it" l'""rt \ anrniivcr 
and Mcars Streets,;. having-'.afront:ag;c--.ol Uu leot on T^ort '-'.M't. :mi.1 unrsjiii.G^ 

iVitough io McskV^ stfcxikT^]^^ ^ past ■. tw.M- , w*''^^'^. £^ ' f" •i'^;.'"'-y *"^ 

i'prt street has beeti «t?l£} tl?&i| M^a^^^^^r part o f the cit y, iuit, "street i s • 
at present, and always l ylllbp, ih&T m. wr tlior mig^iitvfe-leadin^^ ;f rem Vthe best 
residential part of Ihe tpwa. As;;«oon_as the proposed imjprovements, as. to- 
4 i "__ wicjening ancttig^iiting ^re tlnttShed/ t5e--a4fct^^ 
-main retail streetMjf V^ictbria. 






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■SOLE AGENTS 



Telephone 

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R. S. DAY& B. BOGGS 



Mo FORT STREETt VICTORIA, B. C 



Established 
1890 







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SWINERTQN & MUSGRAVE 

Victoria 



1206 Government Street 



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Lots of Lots 



1 2 Lots, Fell Street, sax 132 ... • • • • • • ^^^-^ /^^^^^ 

4 Lots, Leighton Road, .44 x 104 .-=- rr^^-. . t$75o each 

2 Lots, leighton Road. 44 x 104. .....: .- $800 each 

I ,Lot, Duchess Street, 54 x i iS ., .... ... • . • $700 eack 

I Lot, Charabexlain Street, 63.0 x 120. ........ . ..... .$850 t ach 




Oak Bay Avenue Neighborhood 



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Lots, Fifth Avenue aritl' Mount Tolmie Rpad, 56 x 1^0 . 
Lot Fifth Avenue tnd Moutit ToliTi^e Road, 56 x 120'. 
Lots,, Fifth Avenue'iand Mount 'Mrtxie Road, 55.x 168. . 
Lot, Fifth Avenueand .Mount Tolmie Road, 55 x 168 . 
Lot, Fifth Ave4iue and IVIount Tolmie Road, 42 x 1 6^) . .. 

.V A'^ery Easy Terms ion all of above 



. $400 each 
.$45^ e?itir 
.$250 each" 
.$300 each 
.$300 each 



A SNAP! 



A SNAP ! 



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Modern 1 1-2 Storey House 

With full basement, Princcs.s Avenue, near. City Park, hurci^uick bale, only, $2,950. Terms. 



APPLY TO 
Fire Insurance a Specialty. COLLS & ODDY Fire Insur an ce a Specialty. 



P.O.Box 167 



REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGHNTS 
1265 Broad Street, 'Next to Colonist Office . 



TelephoHe^'5 






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GREEN^BLRDICK BROS 



We.haVe 8om« goo^ acreage in 
small biuckci.,, fur sale at Col-' 
1K90il, o«J very etusy terms. 

Several blocfes of lani^ on an<l 
near the new "Mill Bay r»a4.- — 

AUk) several business proper- 
tips In the hf art of Victoria. 



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Abuttin^^ on Lake 



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-Ht^- ^f - r es o r go o ^ 4»»d. 250^ fruit 
tr.eps beariiilf. 'jt'lose to steam - 
bout ^■A\\<[\^i%. Small ho\i8f>. barn 
•.\\'\ laijjes. An- ideal »\,'^\.. t 



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"" ^*^ Estate 
Cor Broughton and Langley Streets 



Linden 



Insurance 



Phone tsi8 



R. B. PUiNNETT 

Bstats Acsnts, stocks. Xasaraaos, 



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4S4 arrfs, near flajoniiotl witji 
: wal^r front of excellent siniiy 
'•^bpach:- price por aero. .... t9 
\.n(. Mensrtw — ^^1 . IT-. IV ."ilm- <. 
crte .$1900 ." 



Telephone ill9. P. O. Drawer 7S8. 
Soom 10. ICaHoa awok. Tletorla. 



ALBERT TOLLER & CO 

Imperial Bank < iunnt.cra. 
iS04 Yatss Str«st 

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-Near Fort Street 




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-near government hld gy . .faxOO < » 



BM!<<ne»ii~lot, .60x130. R»<qiilma1t 
-.road, between Iloclt Bay and 
Point-EIlls bridges, price-, .•1800 " 



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^\ DcsifLible Place for n 

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Very desirable modern II(?usc, on lot 55 x 150 to a lane in rear. 

FOR QUICK SALE 

Owner will accept low price for this xscck only. K.vchisivc 
listing— asic to- Ste this property. 



E. WHITE 

<04 Broustaion Street. 



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OXL.^ A.PEW CHcjiCE LOTS LKl T IX 
IIOLLYWOO!) AIJL)[T1()M._ 



All wilhin one lilock ami Ic 



lie car 



: Heisterman 1-^orman Co. 

I ^xao7 Government St. Phone §5 

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Timber! 



■ Lois all Icvfl and cleared. Clo-^c t-. l-'oiil I'.ay ['-each 
Dnilding Rc$trici,i»in uii every lot, 



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Plurfimer k Rideoiit 



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R«a4 Estate, Financial Agts, . 
lJl2_3juiad St. v.EhBjift-;3393, 



11 Price $550 Per Lot H 

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! \ Terms $50 cash and th9 balance at $15 per monlh t 

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i Mc Ptiersoii & 1 lilieitoa Bros. H 

Phone ^888 - 618 Trounce Avenue^ I ! 



MAHON BUILDING 
Tel. 146^ 



Business Property 
Farm and Fruit Lands. 
Houses and Lots - 

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Insurance. Rents, 
and Money to Loan 



ConvcyanGin^T^ 
Notary Public 



, I ,'>! oil ( )M-;ir Si reel , 
ju^l ill! I -indeii Ayenitc. 



$1,259 



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C h ( ) i c c -brrr- rrn--lr;fndm 
.\ venue, above, Richard- 
.-011 Street. 

$2,100 

X". io<i7n • ' • 

.Motlei'n ~ room Cot- 
i;iL;e, nearinti" t'nniple- 
Jinii. t^Mitt-al. I'ernis. 

$3,400 



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Caledonian liis ur anc-e Gompany Jj ; 

: The Oldest iS^wtlish Eft? Offioe 



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liil^it nt. Ihc ■■1.1i,s:;lr- T 
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^ris! yott win he tort istfe ror-the 
fQUavid4ijBLrti"ii''V makern .tmieKH 
you biirrj'. ''riiu»i» "ihrof^ buya- 
... arc very' chpftp wHlvoijt ca.Flini>'. 
»Mt tljlnk uf the Mif arlvniice 
, vvJit'U. ill'! ,t'tti)s_ awi- winn^nfla 
V'e. l< taanielitwss-jvn'' Acres; 5n*~ 
' Ttille from fjlflrtnlrhtdri lioiel 
, matif roa«J 'rwns throiJRli. i'l-trm 
IWOO. p€-~f OfV*;:^ ono-t i u 



bftlHTice' 'krrauKcd, 

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iMi^H -f«»«in— ^cIkioI. iUie-for .^nib'i 
rtlvklliiL.-. 93po per acre, • rm 

GARDNLK HLALTY CO. 

Phone 19a7. 648 Yates gt. 



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i Bargain on Fort Street :| 

,? :-;:Etill .biz(MJot on. llic; al)()\ lhi',rr)iij,'l>l.at\-. eli.>so Im \ an. |- | 

♦ • *r(ni>-ci' strcfM. whir fi-S'c 'ir vi\ iMonictj !i'>ti>-e rrnUiI TliV *-4- 

1' -owner is .■in\"-in ;■■ <li i- ''m-, ; pi .jin ■ ; i- (litrvitii;- « * 

it at. a .yrctitly retluccU ii^irrr. I'lur- aii<l mil pariicujar- "ii ^ ♦ 

appUcalion. ' ■ ' _ • x. . .. „, .^ 

-^- WILLIAM MONTEiTH 




Fort 



f»o x I jQ,.ne.\-t ti) eoniei-'. 
close in. wilji j,^n(»(1 rev- 
eniie. ^ -..Xliis fs llie he si 
hiix m I lie M> 'el^ , 1. i \v 
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i5l<it«««iry .--fihynb#»»--- -:^=----^-. ■ ■■ "^ ' -; ' : ' ■ • 1218 Langley Siraet f J 

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$11,(H)0 



Exceiient Value 



^w bungalow 



^^^ upattnn, 

withih >.iH. iPFiM- lii'.iiiiM and' tn th'^ 
, i>ost hVtitity. ■ 

A 7-BOOMfiD BTrirOAZ.OW 



ami wi'll 



.lfM.llllt<MITH^I.\ d<'.signfil' 

(Inf.'sliffi 111 fvcty ti H i-tlt 'Ula>-, ' i r>tr? = 
txriiiiiK <Hnin,B niirl clia"iiis ni<Mn« 
Million with all . t'onvcrilpnV'os" i 
h.-,i)(.oms, i..(tli nnVl' toilet, on »h* ■ 
Ki'<iinr1[ floor.-a wf.|| flnl<ilt«»d bf-g- 

ila H ■ « ««J| l»ark p«mAt- .S«?ii - ^lasHi- 
mtint. All (strliMjy moxlftrn! 

, ' - ' gyles ;ea.»8o ,." '•' 

■ wiylo sull the purchaser. 



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^Vm^^TREE T, fuesr Fort ^ ; 

y OnS lot «ftxr5Vf --imff^ — a._ij-rorim <>. 

60x130 Bu«lii'».sa--Liij:njei-^;^..'ftl?jQQO_,J-.* j_.it<':Hfwv--tH«^l<H»nrl«-.'-<»v<»FV ri»f«pfH!*tT- "' 
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' COxieO iSVni- HlMt,.-i . 30.000 f ? ^,^.^. ,„„uiIh ¥'■ ■■ 



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GILLESPIE & HART t 

rir«, lilf*. Ar.f'.lflsnt Employei"*' I.tabilItT Inmirn nr,<> * 



1831 ACRI-.S 



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.12.000 



ImikI if^.ss forniM- lol In ft flri«' 

1, can't, be. 1 $880'" 

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A. GILSON 



STANLjEY AVENUE J 

Betwosa. (.iriiMti aiiil rHmTorjt.' -|^*i '^ * 
."ai\i:;0, new li-rjHim IjiHisf rtnil- " ** 

liHfs f)!!'^!!^'! fCTlT'easJ^'lihTtiiiT;-'"* *^ 

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1 erms Jt^^iOfM') . cash, '1 

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balance' t'> arrange 









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•"I 'n.*il''Broa(l '.Stv- .-XiMi:' ""StMtffcrt. 
Robertson <3ft. 



Currie & Power 



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Colonist 



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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

Am* 

Southcm CaliftrBli 

t..'»vlMB VIrtolia a( 8 U' m., Au*. . 17, / 34, 
• tptmBri QUISEN OR riTY 0»' PUBBtiA 
THROUaH SERVICB 
Uetvm C»»tUe 19 «. ni.. •l«««n«r OOV- 

l';UNH)rt (lit r'RKHlDKNT. AUK l», 2« 
~ "ron^oulheVslerii ^A la«ka. l.'OTTAaE CITT 
er CITY OF KEATTt.E l«ave» SeUlU » P. 
ni . Aiiff. I ;(.' 111. ■::,. ai 

TICKKT AN'n FRKIGHT OFS'ICB— 1111 
Wh*rf •ircft. Phone 4. 

R. P. RITHET Ik f(l., I.,ld.. A«*n»». 

C. D. DUN AN N'. Ocn,, r',»»»»;n»er AK«nt. 

112 , Market H< . tjan Franolaca 
Fa>? furUicr Information oblalu folder. 



SEATTLE R""Ti: 



44iRO0UOIS" 

r>n the Seallle-Port Tnwnsfnrl-VlctO- 
ria Route w llhdrann until further no- 
t li-p, ■ . 



On the Waterfront 



JAMISS MoABTHVK, Agtnt. 

Phonp 2r.61. 82^ Wharf Street. 





SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



4 :By Government Wireleo 



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C. p. R, and G, T, P., 
Lines Will Change Sched- 
ules for Sir Wilfrid Laurier's 
Visit Here 



PRINCESS BEATRICE 

TO RELIEVE CHARMER 



— Throiiith tirknts nnrt thro«|rh Mils of 
lading Br*-nciw IssuM from Fugat 
Sound and British Columbia ports to 
AtUn, B. 'C., Dav.-son, Y. T. and Fala-' 
bankf". Alaska. Connections mads at 
SkftRway wUh our daily truliLS. at 
XThite iror»« and rarlbou with our 
river and lakis uteamers and^at Dawson 
with Bteamcrii for poinds on the Lower 
Tukon. river. /^ 



/ 



F\ir further Informatlnn apply, 

TKATrxo snrAJiTMzirr yr. r. m tVx. 

405 Winch Buildlngr, Vancouver, B. C. 

Union S.$. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

The favorite pa.-jsenger eteajner 

"Camosun" 

Leaves Vancoir. or every Wednee. 9 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rupert every KrI. eft<»rnoon 
Arrives Stewart every isatur. afternoon 
Lea\es Stewart eve.-y Saturday 6 p m. 
Leaves Pilmi Itupert every bun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver evfry Tuesday 9 a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164. 



S.a Joljese Widow" 

iVLonday and Thursday 



at 7.30 a. m. 



Otl: gxOI *P i lfi i »n to -Quif islands 

^ilHil^K back at Vlctoria^ftii:: 
.__-.^. ■ ■ 8.30 D. m. 



Round Trip 



$1.50 



Round Trip 



Tue8da;ya»d Friday 7.30 a. m. 
for Mayne *nd other Islands. 
LeaviriR Mayne for , Victoria 
Wednesday and Saturday fl,t 7 
a. m. See official time card. 

Ftp Ig'hTTiceerited. 



Canadian Northern 

STEAMSHrPS LIMITED 

■■ . Th« New . 



ST. IiA-WTtBarCE-axiSTOI.' 
ROUTE 

MagriUncently Appointed — Taut 
Turbine Stenmeri 



R 



GYAL EDWARD 
OYAL GEORGE 



18,000 HOKSEPOWEX 

L£BS TKAM SIX DATS 7XIOU ' 

POXT TO POmT. 

Full Information on application 
to K. K. '" Blackwood, General 

.^!ferit, N. P. n. 

L. 1). Chf^tham, Oltv PaasenKcr- 
Apent. r. r n r.. n. Stephen. 
'<. N.. rtv ' r 'Diipprow, 

< . r.'A ,1. Pacific. 



Princess Charlotte' Will Wait 
fnr Eastern Train at Vancou- 
— vef- Wednesda¥=-?-=PFmee 



IjeQrge Sails Earlier 



In order that the party of Sir Wil- 
frid Laurler may ride on th? Princeaa 
Charlotte to this city instead of the 
steamer Charmer, the Canadian Pa- 
ciflc rail way company will hold Jiiat 



vessel until the arrival of the eastern 
tralxr at -\''anicoTJTer - next -Wednesday ; 
the party arriving here. If 4he traln^ 
Is on^ time; abmit* p. m. The Grand 
Trunk officials, on the following day 
'ivill also start the steamer Prince 
George from \'lctorla at nildrt4ght .li»^ 
stead of 10 a. m. the.Jncxt morning', 
accoFding to schedule. The Prine* 
George will sail from Seattle at 2 p. 
ni. instead of midnight, while the 
Charlotte livlliJflavc this port on "V^d- 
negdajr .evening, a s nea r «n posBiblo 



after the time of the departure <jf the 
Laurier party from the vessel. It la 
positive, however, that the Prlncesis 
Charlotte will connect with the Eastr 
em train at Seattle for regular pas- 
sengers with little delay. 

Tonight and tomorrow night the 
Prince Beatrlf e Which arrived frjotn 
Juneau with the passengers .of the 
Princess May will relieve the Charmer 
on the Vancouver run. Following this 
she will be docked 'at Esquimau and 
given a new ^toat of paint. She will 
sail according to^ichediile next Thuw- 
day night for the., north. .■ 



IROQUOIS 



MAKES 
RECORD 



TRIP 



8 a. m. 

I'uliil (Woy. — Clear; 
30.11; 6a; thick seaward. 

Cape Laijo.— Clear; hazy sea- 
\SHrd; ;i0.12; T"^: sea smooth. 

Pachena.— Clyudy; S. K.; 

♦ oU.:;i; 04; light swell. 

♦ ' Talooshj— Cloudy;. , S. . L- 
♦• miles; 30.22; 52; out, steamer 
♦• at 3.10 a. jri;^ ami .steam 
.♦ schooner 4.26 a. m.; Tti* Wasli- 

♦ tima, in tow of ("?oUah,, 5.26 a. 

♦ tn.; out, Manganita, 7.15 a. m. 

♦ Esreva.Oi_ — i.>vercast; wind 
-e^..AV.; 29.03; 53;-- ligiitlavviMl. 

♦ Prince Rupert <'loudy; 

♦ caliii; 2P.46; r>3; s- .i Mn<ioth. 

■♦ Ikeda. — 0^'erca£t; laliii; s'^a 

♦ smootii. 

♦ Triangle.— t^vercant ; \\ . lo 

♦ miles; 29.0.5; 40; sea --ni""!!!; 

♦ up oke Humbj^idt L. V- ni.. off 

•*- Gape '-*:aivcrt, northbound; 

♦ Kingfisher 7 p. m., fl.s!ilng 40 
-• miles north of Triangle; Sn ak- 
■♦• anc at 7.55 p. in., in Alillbanli 
•♦■ Sound,^, northbound, reported 
-♦• Editl> gptittibpund; 4 schooners 

♦ fishing 30 miles K. Triangle 
■*■ Island; 2-maKicd .sfeamer 30 
-♦■ miles — n<*rthj — Ht^rthbetH^dr- - 

-♦- • Noon 

•♦ Point Grey.— tilear; :ef^; 




NEW NAVAL WORKS 

BUILT AT HAMBURG 

Famous German Company of Stttlin 
Establiihes Plant on the North 

8«*> 



T 






Next 
Lenglh, 



Wallsend Recently 
to Maurolaiiui in 



Cape Laip-^-Clear; calm; 
hazy seawfird; 30.13; Vl^i inea 

8 1 p po t h. .J _,', '"' - 

Tatoosh:— :Cloudy ; S 

miles." 30.24; 53. 
Estevan. — Clear; W.; 

55; light sWell. 
Paehena, — Cloiidyi 

'30.25; 62; sea smooth.' - 

— Trifl title. r^Drizzling; 

S. K.; 29.53; 52; heavy 



passenger 

Franconiar which is" intended primarily 
for the Cunard litre's Boston servict 
will be aT.apecia I feature, provision be-^ 
log ma^e for 2,650 passengeie. 

The latinch Avas-prccejjed h>^ a lunch - , 
eon and Alderman Hunter, head of the 
building firm, liii!pri.n>osliig the toast 
of the Cunard company and the Fran- 
■5~np«nta, saldhe believed that the Cunard 
;»r j cf>mfpanr l\j>d . already- determined- to 
builrl the largest steam er, not onJ.v ever 



"Eiigiiitiuriug" gives av^;j»^pleie de- 
scriiitlfin of till' nt'w naval i, oii-struvtion 
work .a Hamburg of the well-known 
\'lilcaii contiiaiiy oL' ytettin, who hliNC 
won a front i)lari' aniong'tho .nhip- 
building e§tabli.iihmcnts of the world, 
due to the, cUaracter of tlip ships biiiit, 
to the. rnpidify with whit.'h tlie work 
h;vs been carried out, and to the uni- 
formly successful results attained. As ^ 
the depth of the water for the float- J 
ing of .ships Id till- Baltic from their i 
.Stettin works was. limited, tiie com- i 
li'uny iledded to build -new woi'Kh in 1 
prcffTence to extending their Stettin | 

Fi-nnrnnh TnnL' i '^'"'■'^■^, '*^''^°" "'"^ general .development ] 
ricUIL/Ullia I UUIS ,,r shipbuilding in (lermiuiy, and the! 
(iced aroie for increasing the warship 
building i-csources, of the eduntry, A 
yard .•suitable for undertaking repairs 
oiC-warsliips wrmld, it_was felt, be more 
iuhantageous .If. situated on the North 
Sen instead of > on the Baltic. -..Many 
posHlble sites, continues "lOngineerlng," 
were considered, all of ihcni locatetl 
•o-rt~t'hr-^,^rtli Sea, .md the position ul- 
timately decided upon on ih«f IClbe 
(>.>mbine3 'wiCli this advantage, from 
tie naval standpoint, close pro.ximity 
I' lirobahly the greatest of the (■oni- 
lueroial harbors of the Continent— • 
Hamburg, The I'Yee State of Ham- 
burg welcomed the Stettin company, 
recognizing that the existence of an- 
other such imiiortant shipbuilding e.s- 
ta])UsbmeiU on the -Elbe must prm-e 
benctlciaL.xu: 'the port. The Hanvburg 
govern men t leagcjLJto thtt VMlcamiomr 
liany a suitable site nx) favorable terms 
for a period of fifty yea^^8 in the Jir.i!l 
instance. All tlie ships entering vor 
l ea\ i ng the p o r< — o4 — Hamburg pa. ^ s 



The nf'W Cunard liner, Franconia, 
was launched' from the yard of Mjcssrs. 
Swan, Himter, and- Wigliam Richard 
son, builders <>f the Maiiretattla, <i 
\\'allsend-on-T>'ne. The new- liner ih 
£.25_f££iJL*ing, 72.Jeec broad, and, with 
The exception of the Mauretan ia. Is 
the lopgest ship built In Kngiancl. Her 
gross tonnage !.<? IS.OOO tons, and she 
liaa a displacement of 26.00O-ton a . Th e 




CANADIAN PACIFIC 



d^ 



Seattle 



AND 




Week-End 




.Saturday until Monday 




WeeK-End 




Saturday— until Monday 



1102 Gov«rnment Street 



L. D. CHETHAM, 

(■it,\- Passenger Agent. 



accommodation ; ~ut" 



-tinr 



30.10; 
calm; 




_ -* 



strong 
swell ; 



Slftr-but ever thought of. The Fran 
cohia: ha'd^been built ready for launch- 
inie, and was In an-artTaa ced atate of 
construction, in the short space of nine 
months and ten days. .Mr. A. Booth, 
chairman of tSe'Cunard comjmny, res- 
jionded, and said that 70 years tigo 
that mor\th the Tlrst Cunarder sailed 



^ r'/xfjorfo df.-. -♦ in » — i« ^ i from Livernool for- Halifax and Brt's- 
^*--^tta«».vV^^:c:*t ;^i»^^^ the terminal port 



"•■ Quieen irifarlotte Sound. 

-♦> -Prt«ce . Rupert. — Cloudy;' 

-^ light N. ,W:. 29,3*; — 62; sea 

•♦■ smooth;' apofte Spokane 12 miles 

■♦• oft Mary-a Island, northbound. - 

■*- ' '. . T ■ ' 6''-p«" m. ' ■'■ • ■ .*_. '_ 



Makes TrTp From Protchte Ledge to 
, Port Angeles Light in One Hour 
HfTCl pjve Minutes 



Carry Inir oyer 1;000 passengers back: 
*nd forth from thti» city to Tort An- 
geles and^ hahgi'ng'^'iip a" record 6f 1 
hour and 5 minutes between. Brj 
Ledge and Port Angeles werft the ac- 
complishments of the steamer Iroquois 
of the IntematlpnaT Steamship com- 
pany yeaterday. The two-funnel vee- 
sep brougtht many Elks from Angeles 
to this city, while many Avent over 
ffom here to vfew the festivities that 
were going on over in the American 
city. . . • . — — - ■ ■- . -r 

The Iroquois returned to Seattle Iftst 
tiight, and will resume the run of the 
sfeamer Ohlppewa. It is unknown when 
she will return to the Victoria-Seattle 
run At the present tirtie. 



REFUSE 



TO AID 

LINER 



MONGOLIA 



Japanese Man-of-War Shows Ho sti l ity 

■ to United States When Askecl 

to Prevent Shipwreck 



To Try Raising Seais. 
'^■'^' . I ■ i. .iiUer 'bear ha» been 
I Washington, D.C.. . to 

i.in' _!» .seal pups to Seattle, wherp 
thi' fifflierlps. bureau will domesticate 
1 hem. < Commissioner Bowers believes 
they will thrive fh the -great lakes 
iiid North A":ir" - '- ! " ■■-• M,,.. ex- 
' iiicl ion of «>< 1 .ffs be 

<iff.Si"t. 



That an unfriendly feeling Is .enter- 
tained by Japanese naval officers to 
the ynlted States was stated "under 
oaith by Capt. B. P. Klft, master of 
the liner Mongolia, at SJin Francisco, 
a few days ago. 

The statement wa^ made before the 
U,nlled States steamboat Inspectors In 
the course of an Investigation Into 
the grounding of the Mongolia. In the 
harbor of Shimid/.u, Japan, on the 
morning Of Ju.ly 13. "At ll~Ti.m.," 
testlft<»d -Capt. Kitt, "1 re quest ed as- 
sistance from the Japanese nTah-of- 
war Takao Kan lying in the harbor 
a short distance. AWf^y and assistttnce. 
was reftifled." ^ ' ' 

'llhe Inspectors did not make any 
comment. They said that It did not 
ci^me within their jurisdiction, it be- 
ing a' matter ofV tiiternatlonal ethics. 

Capt. Kitt. signed his report fis "act- 
,lng commander" of the Monfeglla', and. 
said- that_he had cleared from the 
San Francisco customs house as' mas- 
ter of the v«:ssel, but his office was 
rteslgnatad by his comp«Hy"as ""acnng 
commander." 

"Then the company mad0 *.> mis- 
take," (d)served In«pector JJdlles. "You. 



.♦. :p6\nt tJrey.— Clear; cclnrt; 
-♦• thlolt Seaward: bar. 30.07; 

♦ . temp., 60; passed In, Venture , 
♦— ^At 6 p. m. . ' ' 

■♦■ Cape . Lazo.--C;ieiU't ''■&.' BJ. 
•♦• wind; bkr.. 30.05; , temiJi., •!; 
■♦• se'il smooth. 

♦ Tatoosh.— -Cloudy; S. wind. 
"♦- 1,2 miles an hour; bar., 30.25; 
-♦- temp.. 53; otit. barge Walacut 

♦ towing at l.SO p. m.; in, ateam- 

♦ er fJtanlO' Pollar at 6 p. m.; 
■♦■ titeamer President at 6 p. m. 
•♦• Pachena.— Cloudy; N. W. 
■♦■• breeze; bar., 30.22; temp., 63; 
-♦• sea smooth; spoke Qtiadra off 
-*■ ' Amuhrite Point at 12.80 p. tn. 

west bound, landing at I^eonard 
Jjanding at 4.30 p. m.;_reported 
Leobro at Leonard LianiT 
pectlng to get away e^-i j 

on Monday. • ' 

Estevan.— Overcaat; «alln; 
baf- io.lO;. temp., fcii :; Hea- 
-♦— umooth. 



fresh breeze; bar., 22.50; temp., ♦ 
5S; sea Bniooth. . ^ ♦ 

Prjnce Rhpert^ — >-'B«tnlng; ♦ 
calm; bar.. 20.30; ten>fr.. R5^ 
sea smooth; • In, Humbolt - at 
12.30 p. ro'.;'out agraJn at 2 p. 
m. _ 

Ikeda.— Drlzxllnf; calih;, sea 
emooth; outi Bruno. 

»•■••-♦■•♦•■♦■■«■♦•■•■♦■•■♦■♦♦-♦■♦< 



T['of the flr,«<.t regular traiisatiantie 
steamship service, and it shouldj there- 
fore., be a good omen that they were 
■*■, beginning a new decade ..^by building 
"^^ for the Boston trade,' two such stoam^ 
:r? era as the I'Vanconla and L»aconla, The 
■*■ intimate business relations which cxist- 
■*■ ed between the old EliKland and the 
•^ (New" England, to say nothing of their 
■*; similar alms and Ideals, wotikl surely 
'♦ I justify the employment of these large 

* steamers with their ample accommo- 

♦ datiou for cargo and all classes of pas- 
■•■• sefjgere. Responding tff the toast of the 
■*■! shipbuilders and engine buHdera, Al- 
derman Hunter said, that he had been 
afraid- that many per-oons who would 
have liked to be pj • the launch 
would have beep m ' "dm conae- 
quenco of that criminal stoppage of 
work on the part, ».>x tt»e employees of 
the North-Eastern railway. He said 
that without In arij\ way expressing an 
opiidon as to wheth.er the men had any 
grievance or not, but because of the 
litter w^ant of cotislderatlnn th<X-J>liit. 
shown, riot only fnr their own duty^^.: 
semi-public servants, bat also for thi3 
interests of men of their own, class, the 
working men olF the dj.st>b;'fc,jyho had 
suffered so -mucti froTfi that lll-advlped 
a.nd^ unjustiflkble Stoppage of worki 

Subsequently the Francnnla. was 
launched in the T»Tesen<e of thousands 
of spectators, the naming ceremony 
being performed hy I,<ady Forwood, j 
who was presented wlth,'a' «ll,vej> rose 
tiowl u.<? a memento of the ,od!ffJslon. 



within a few iiundred yards of tlie 
Vulcan works. The total area, oontl 
lies .J'Engiheerlng," eovsted Is ^232^,000 
«q«iri<e-metres (-about o7 1-2 acres). 
The bulldhig berths number at i>res- 
ent three, having reinfo rced foundations 
for keel-blo^-ks-extend7 ng"-to 8 25 feet, 
fi'JO feet and 590 feet Jn'. lengtfir^uT.' 
with a n overhang forward and aft, 
especially forward, vessels up to 1000 
feet may be constructed. At the pres- 
ent time there are„ In one of the^e 
berths an Atlantic liner of greater size 
than any vessel afloat and U } steam , 
at a spee^d o f 2 ' 2' kTlut-H .^"I ffTTTe"" other 
berth there is. in course of construc- 
tion one of the la test battleships for 
the German navy. A fwtrth — build! ng- 
'.sJip is contemplated when the neces- 
sity for this extension arises. .The Iron- 
works .department is located at the 



I5e 13. 




WILL SAIL FOR 

Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart 



ON 



JJHURSMIi AUGUST 18th 



-..^-•654 Yates Street 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 



Phono 1925 



■7" 



rangetf at t he head of the. fourth... -the, 
proposed" .' bulldiiij ;' berths — The wood- 



worklng departments. Including 'sa\>r=" 
mill, joiners' arid cabinet- makers'- sUop. 
etc., are along the Avestorn boundary, 
with the stores and general of fices at 
the south-western CMvtraitce 
■i-B:< >rks, ^tljacc nttir-4jHfe=fei 
raTIway. JinTtlffSTSiiishops, engineer- 
ing works, boiIer-shop«, copper smithy 
and auxiliary departments "are arrange 
ed along, the eastern .boundary near 



to. the 



head of the three building berthj*-.-fWi«-j-btrg^st-is*»4rw-* 
frame and beamrbending shed Is ar- ' the next few 



to the wharf, where ships are moored 
while being fitted out; Accommoda 
tlon Is here provtded for l,\in of the- 



ycars. 



„, _ , Lonsdale S ails. 

The t?a3xadlajiJVIexican llner~trrm5- 
"clale sailed from EsqiiTmaTf to V^- 
couver. last night- to. load for -^le -vicar 
and way ports. 



Celtic King Arrives. 

^ . _ ji'aYieoB re.cciV-edgVeg 

terday die 'BrltlsW"Stl38mer Celti(i King 
which loaded lumber on the sound ^as 
arrived at Newcastle.' N.S.W- 



After discharging several hundred 

tons of cargo at this port Thursday 

llie Blue Ft/. ifiel llni-r Nin^chow shlft- 

'hnijM^'- c t l ■"o r iH * "tn ^VnTi rbuv rd'; — where- 

unloading G.OOO tons of general cargo. 



^- 



were master of the ship Instead of 
acting commander. The first mafe 
is acting commander when the mas- 
ter la absent or Incapacitated." 

The Mongolia grounded In five and 
a*- half Oithoms of water on a bottom 
of sand and mud. Tlie ship draws 
thirty feet eleven IncheJU-Captatn^Kttt- 
^vas trying to avoid a low sandy spit 
and inlBi^idged -his di.stance from shore 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 



I'l ii: r i;i \' 1 . i; i n;i 



'I ■^l ' ' n"rE„,XS,f*Aj>tJ)9r 



■ I i;vVaKT. QUEE.\ 
\'ia Vancouver 

S.S. PRINCE RUPERT - .^SOOTons ■ S.S. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOTJBLE WEEKLY SAILINOS 
EVERT MONDAY, 1 a. m. EVERY r^lIDAY, 10 a. m. 

FOR SEATTLE AT MIDNIGHT 
EVERY SATURDAY j EVERY WEDNESDAY 

RETtJRNIWO — I,e«ve .Seattle on Bund«iy« .iTiri Tlinrofinvf nt Mldnlg-lit. 

No"- '• ^•■■rMKe will leave .SchHI.' (m \i<l..ii.<. 'I'll ;n .' (j.i v. 

', .. instead of mldnlglit' i,.H-f> \'i. t.irin 'r.>i I'li'i.- 

Jiiiperi: or. - i out, midnight li. 

..a — ll»._„ , ._1...;1_ -.....;_ _._L: 



PS* 



INTERNATIONAL DOUBL^ TRACK ROUTE 



K<M. h 



.\i! r 



Finest 

■■<■■''. ,B.t 

I', '• ? 

w. i; 



Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Proviruc;-,, 
New England. New York and South and Enst 

\'la Any Itoul'^. 

roadbed, modern nndy luxtiriouB trains. ]''or ln.forriin(lon as lo 
C alS" .?'"■ f"''''"!'-' ""'^ nnrlleiilnrr, re Crarel Trunk Pacific nninlM, 

''' '■- ''"■'■'• "^^ ' > '' •eei,"rtui -.,1 i\,m 



temporary • 

Write, fir tell 

DUfKUOW. 

•:. f. & T. ^ 

(ITifral -VKemf 



, Mine Zi:i\. H.\ROr,n RROWX. 

I lock nii'il Fretghi ARent (!. T. P. .S. P. 

■rimi«.-.\lhiiitic S|(nm,'<t!lii l.in'M 



the night being dark and there being 
no guiding lights on the land. 

No damage whatever waa done to 
the. ship arid she w s fioated at 4.45 
p. m. on July 17th. and proceede4~fo" 
Yokohama., 

. -This la the third time that the Mon- 
gpHa has touched bottom in Asiatic 
watenr. On a former occasion some 
years ago while approaching. a small 
l.xland at night to land distinguished 
passengr't- she ran, tiprtn a coral reef 
and suffered some damage. / 

It is exfiected that the dlscoui^teous 
and unseamanlike refusal of the offi- 
cers of the Takao Kan, to asijist the 
Mongolia In distress will be m de the 
subject of -diplomatic correspondence. 

■ . ST. den'nTs'Trrives' 

Steamer Under Charter to Botcowitr 

Steamship Company Will be 

Docked — Sails Monday 



Making the round trip. to Bella Coola 
and way porTs In -exft<niy one week, 
the steamer- St. Denis under charter 
.to the BQPCowlt35_ steamship company 
reached port froni the north last night 
and will proceed to dock this morn- 
ing for a cleaning and scraping. . . r) 

Over a . hundred Indians were 
brought south from the Skeena, they 
having concluded flshl.ig for the sea- 
son in that river. Most of these >VerB 
rcHirning to their homes at Alert Bay 
fin<l V(ii\,cout'er. -The, St. .I;»criis w iil 
aaU north again 'Monday night. 

makura'^ sails 



Canadian AiJ»tralian Liner Left Outer 

Wharf Last"* Night for Antipodes 

With Big List of Passengers 




Tfre^Lip^n to IVIake Thirty. Ktiots. 
—Fire Broadside IVloie^e-' 
structive Than Any RivaP 
.Ai*mor Impregnable , 



arryTnlr "nvn 

1 ii^; saloon, 95. in iu<- .—■•■nun > ■■•■ 
20 third class passehgeis, ihi 
diniu ^Australian liner' Makura 

|-fpo«»i— -flv«-- tM^tei- .whiu-f last ui^ 



d the mails. 



I nil 
a .la- 



LONDON. (La Prepsa special) Aug 
12. --The latest addition to the -Brltlsli 
navy, the cruder L.lon, succ'essfnlly 
launched at l>evonport rjn Saturda,\ 
evening Is In, point of displacement, 
speed, gun power, urmor protection, 
torpedo equipment ainl matters of in- 
ternal, eqtilpment considerably super- 
ior' to anything proj'ected by foreign — 
powers. The IJon really coriiblpes 
the speed of a scout ship with the 
offensive and defensive qualities of a 
DreRdnought battle .ahlp a .twofohl 
characteristic which is nonexistent in 
any other navy In the world. 

Although the Lions complement nf 
single calibre -guns Is two fcnver than 
the- Dreadnought battle- ahips /it l.s 
able to deliver a more powijrful'broad- 
slde. This Is due ' to the fact- 'that 
the cruiser Is the first vessel to carr,\ 
a number of- 13.5 gtms. eight of whjcili ■ 
are mounted In pair* on the ceritrial i 
line of the ship. : The guns are sn 
arranged that It Is possible .to train 
the weapons- ahead, nstorri or .abeam 
They can serid^k projectile weighing 
1,250 pounds - a- dist^noe qJ t\yent.\ 
miles. , .. ■ ■ 

The armot .«(3f the Lion '^RtTTWRftt 
a, shell fired two jriiles aWay with a 
J!Qrce_£qual to that' required to lift 40,- j 
000 tOjis weight' twelve' Inches frnm 
the ground. The •armOf exterids from 
the irpper ■ six feet' belft^ the 

water line. • " / , 

The engines of the ship, are equal tn 
70,000 horse power. The 'Speed l.s 
thirty knots. The length Is 700 feet; 
lieani, MSIj: displHcement, 2B,0iW tons. 
.._Xhe admiralty' lias taken extraor- 
dinary iireeautlons to pr'<<acr\'e .<!ceree,\ 
regarding the. details of the Llo'ti dur- ; 
Ing lu'r.' constrnction. ' ftnd she ua.« i 

!. ^ .', ;|.j ,1... ,||,.jjpj.y .«h|p of "■• •■ V ' 

n £2,00ii.'i' 



^ 



OUJOIL! 




First Oil 




P^roni Wells of the Amali^amatcd 
Developmeiit Co., at 








va. 



The following^ telegram was 
Mes.srs. Auld. Cw.in & McClartv 
.itecl Dcvdlopment Co.; 



received \ c^u-i-'Jay attcrn<v»n f.rnm Seattle b.\ 
\ aiU'.ii.Or, rcprcscat'alivcs of. t lie Amalj^ain 



I 



TlK 



Aymeric Coming. 
I.in \V'cl,r lim I- ^ ' '11 



Yokohanm Tlinrsda.v- le 

•itvi f'uret Sound port.'-. 



lel't 
' liiM. 



Seattle Maru With Gbld. 

Another "large shiphient - nf gold 
cfHleeri(t"nie8_.frojn_Kor<'fi for tlie Ta- 
cQfna smeller reached thai p,ort 'TTTTiVs- 
iia\' night "n Ihe, 0.«inka SHosen lirjer 

;>AmIII.' .'VlHni Thp .-l.g.XS . «,lj?s _ ' of 

mncfitrataa n.iH \-;ilii'ii at J;'"""" 



Cetriana 

iitIK o\c;- 



ihai 



M ;) i- r 



:. .4 1 1 . 



;ibiiriglnes bouiiii I'u.N'Ullm.i 

A'ftlley. Washlngtiiii iick liop.« 

tlu'' steamer Cetriauu .\e.sti nJuy iiuidi' 
Vletoiiu a call. About 200 morn were 
landed at Vancouver, they preferrinn 
that route rather than the. one tc, tiri?! 
city to reae,h the hop fields. Those 
who arrived hern lel't o;i tlie Char- 
lotte. -last evtrrrfng for Seattle. After 
loailifiK severnl torts of general cargn 
liore the vessel |)r"cfr>(lefl back In 
Vancouver .t* ftiiisti h^r northern ctir- 



Auld, Gwin & McClarty, 
Vancouver, B. C. 



Seattle, Washington. 

August nth, iQio. 



Shipment ^f oil from Katalla, marked for Standard Oil €oi 

Wire instructions • -.._." 

" — , Galbr^ith Dock Go. 



-p.^ 



. ..This stock can be purchased by holders dFiNtorthern/^^^^ Cer- 

tifetts of exchange for SI per sharisj ydthers can buy for $2 per share, ^^ar 

x-aliic $1. ' ■'-'-'■--:■— , / ■; 



AULD, GWIN & McCLAMTY 

Telephone 4327 
518 Hastings St., W., Vancouver, B, C. 



S^ 




[■■r-i iyf; tj»;-i t.. i 



,.„.-a *,...,, ..^.,., 



,l,.....t-...,. 



» 



[If Yo\i Want to be Sure of Qudi^ 
^ Buy 




/ (.Kurnlslie 



ed hy F. W. Stevenson &. Vo.) 





ALWAYS LOOK roH THI» 
TRADE MAHK 



Medicinal and Toilet Preparations 

You can't judge the quality of complexion cream, of talcujn 
powder, of headache wafers, of indigestion tablets, or of laxatives, 
in the drug store. You must either take chances on their quality 
-ror buy by the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark. 

You 'certainly take no chances 
when you buy any toilet article or med- 
icinal preparation which trears the name 
NA-DRU-CO and this trade mark. 

A» soon as you see "NA-DRU- 
CO" you can be absolutely certain 
that the article is the very best. 

The Natiojial Drug and Chemicil Company ,.of Canada, 
Limited, has. spent thousands of dollars In perfecting this line oT 
over 125 NA-DRU-Cer|nT!parations. '^; '::.>•: .. ■ . .i . ^ — -. '" ~ 

The formulge arethe best known te memcal science. 

The purity and strength of the ingredients a're assured by. 
rigid tests. ^ ''' , _ . .-- 

The compounding is done by .expert chemists, who are 
thoroughly qualified for a work so vital to your health. 

KnowThgTliare^^Wi'tTTfRg^^ done to make them right, 

we guarantee, positively and unreservedly, each and every 

NA-DRU-CO preparation. If you find anyone unsatisfactory we 

w^nt you to return it 4o the druggist from 'wjjom you bought it 

^and he will refund your money. — — 



Ask -your physician or druggist all about the-WA->DRU-CO 
line. They are men of standing in your community, worthy of 
your confidence, and in position to tel l yo u , . i o r .. w e^wlll furnish to 
any member of either profession, on request, a full list of the 
Ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO preparation.' 



Na-Dru-Co, Dyspepsia Tablets 

Cure sourstbmach-hcartburn— flatulence 

. — indigestion'— chronic dyspepsia. 

Na-Dru-Co Headache Wafers 

Stop a headache in 30 minutes. "— - 
Contain no harmful drug. 

Na-Dru-Co Talcum Powder 

3 kinds — Violet —Rose — Flesh Color. 
Gems of refreshment 'and refiifiment. 

Na-Dru-Co Complexion Cream 

Prevents tan and sunburn — 
rcmoves'wrinklcs. 



Na-Dru-Co Laxatives 

.- Act without any discomfort. 

Increased doses not needed. 

|Sa-Dru-Co Baby Tablets 

Relieve Baby's ills. Especially 

valuable' during teething. 

Na-Dru-Co Tooth Paste 

Cleanses throughout — prevents decay 

—makes the teeth beautifully white. 

Na - Dru - Co Shaving Stick 

The Stick In the Glass Case. 



Stoelui— 

- ~ Aina.l^LLiiuiLcU Guytitir -Co.— .TT. , • 
American Car and Foundrj^nii 

AmerliLiin Smelt 

Anaconda Mining Cg ~ 

Atchison ......'... ^ .". 

Baltlinora and. Ohlo;_... .' 

Brooklyn RapTrt Transit . . . . 

Canadian i'aclflc 

Che.sapenkta and Ohlp 

.Colo. Kucl and Iron, com _. . 

I5rle; common .........' 

Illinois Central pfd 



Na-Dru-Co Sugar of Milk 

Pure and absolutely feiiable. 



i-i 






.** 



W'-fi 



National Drug «nd Chemical Company of Canada, Limited 



Wholesale Branches at: ' 

Halifnx — St. John — Montreal Ott,aw« — K.inB«ton — T or on t u' Ha mn it o n " 
London — WinnipoR- Renin* "^aJ«:»ry — Nel»on Vancouver Viclori*. ' 



39 



Northern Crown Bank 



stock 

Alberta f'unadlan Oil. . 
Ainer.-CannjUan Oil .... 
Canadlun Northwest Oil 

AlhtTia, Coal and Coke.. 
Diuniwiiil Valfj C. and C. 
InltTnational C. and C. . 
Nloola \'alU'y C. anil C. . 

Royal CulUerlOH 

Western Coal and Coke. 

B. C. Porni. Loan 

I.lomlnlun Tiu.st (.'o, ... 
("a. W'l'.si l'.'i-!ii. 
racifii- Whiiliujs' roin 

- 'lo. prd 

.SlewjLrt^^Larul 

S. A. Scrip 

Btllyr Creek 

Glacier Creek . . . : . 
Main i;.-. f ..... 

I ' K , i 'l ,' . I N ill , .• . . 

I'orilaml ( ,i i.a 1 ... 
KM .CHIT-; . . .2: 

Ste.\vart-M.. and D. 
.Xnggct Gold ...;.. 

I.a.squetl . 

l.ucky Calumet .... 

.Snowstorm .... ... 

Uanibler Cariboo —.-. 



Hid. 

,08 
. N ',2 



.07 

.6;i 

.21 1 
i.r.u 
.u-y.oo 

. 98.0(1 
..122.00 

. ?.ri.i)o 

. TS'.OO 

. fi;i(i.i)i) 

.18 



Asked. 

.10 
.25 

.01 

.fil V-! 



120. on 



800. tlO' 
.XT) 



1.4 2 

3.50 

1.00 

.08 

M 

.55 

'.23 



NEW YOBK STOCKS. 



.ol 



.3 1 iri, 



1.24 
.09 
.O5.M1 

.30 



Bid. 
66Vi 



6BH 



... •108»4- 
... 76«4 
... 193 
74 
.... 20W 
... 24% 
... i-!^* 

. Louisville and Nashville 141 

M. K. and T. 32 V4 

Missou ri I ' aclflc . ■ . . ; .... ...v . . . -.-""Si! — 

St. Paul 



Consolidated Gaa 
Qrcot-JiCorthPrn Ore 
New York Central . 
Northern Pacific .. 
Pennsylvania Railway 



pfd.. 



125% 
130«i 
126>4 
1 1 3 Si' 
llOVs 
1295fe 



Onlona. t ll)« tor 

Becti. per lb 

Carrot*, per lb 

Onloni (AUBtiallan) :i lb», . 
Tomatoei (I'lcrldaJ. per lb. 
ArtlchoUe*. (Globe), each... 
Artlchoki'i, Jeiu»iiiem, m ... 

Hartley, per buKCti 

Celtry. per bupch 

Cucumber* 

New rolaloes. 8 lb»- , 

Cauliflower, each 

Cabb««e, new. per lb 

Lettuce, ■ bead -.. 

tiarllc. Bar >b. 



.11 
.•I 
.01 

.•u 

.10 

.t 

.01 

.10 

.10©. 15 

.at 

.U4 
.0» 
.!• 



IN MEMORIAM 



Services Held at St. Mark's Church In 

Honor of the Memory of Late 

Captain Eltiston 



Necessity of Enforcemer.t of 
Laws to Prevent Forest 
Fires Is Strongly A'd'/ocatnd 
by Mr. James Wliita 



Memorial services for the late Capt. 
iOUi.slon, It. C. G. A., werejield In St. 
Mark's church, of which hu Vf-aa peo- 
plelS-^-vvarden, on, .Sunday,' August 7th. 
Holy communion was oelelirateil at 1 1 
a. m. hy thi> rector,- wlm^iaTOnK for his 
text 1 Jol 1 111 11-17, with much feel- 
ing refern 1 t. i he great loss S.- Mark's 
had austainei,! by-Uje-death of her late 
warden.' wh<-i, like hjs Master "and' Ha- 
vlour. had. In this world, become a vic- 
tim to the terrible power of Sivtan In 

man. He. a.sbod hln— congreijatlon to 

show their love and sympathy, fiy pray- 
ing Ood^lo bless and comfort' those' who 



Readlnj?, toramon . . .". -....,..,. 142^i 



• • I.JI..*...* I 



R ennbllc .Iro n and Stoel 
Kock Island, common ... 

Southern Paclflc ,• • 

Southern Railway , . . . . . 
Texas and Pacific .,...;' 

Union Pacific ; .,.,...,,. 

United States Steel- Co., com.. 

jla pfd .. . 

■Wabash, preferred '. . . 

■\\'l.scon8ln Centnal . 

Utah Copper 

_ — ■» '. . !' 



30 

30 Mi 
115 Ml 

23W 

27 
168 

70T4 
IIB 

35% 



CHZCAOO GRAIN. 



(Furnished by F. \V. Stevenson 

Wheat-*- 

Septeniber .... ..... . . 

Wecember . 1 ...... . ............ 

May ..:... 

Corn' — , 

September » 

December .,..,..'. . . , 

Maj- .. •••--«.••.,•.,.•«< 

HE'W 70BK COTTOW. 



4714 



& Co.) 
Close. 

102% 

loew 

65% 
64H 



<Pum4shed by F. W. 



Stevenson & Co;) 
Close. 



are" iiir^iclj deep affile lion and sorrow 
and cspeetally -t<>- ask (»od, with their 
whole heart and soiil. to protect, k"'"^'- 
and keep. In safety, peace and 1o\'p, 
those for whose welfare bt^rrlaat con- 
scious thought would bavc been of^JUa, 
two little motherless, and nnw fatlier- 

lesB children. ^— 

■ At tb'e e^eninir -#m-44c«^ the . Jirfwd. 
Blshop of the Diocese was the preacher. 
There was a large atteii'lance when tlie 
bishop preached upon "The Sting . of 
Death Is Sin, but Thanks be to O od , 
Which Glvcth Us the Xlctory." He rer 
f erred to The specia l way I n which tlie 
tthadow rested upon the con.i^reg-ntlon of 
St. Mark's, In the cruel nuirder of one 
who had worked* 80 faithfully for them. 
The military funeral was right, and llt- 
tlnir and the general' sympathy of tbe 
whole community has been expressed, 
but they knew; <7apt. ElUston, an he. the 
bishop, did. an a personal friend and 
most faithful and loyal fellowworker. 
Thie beauty of his charaetcrw^^tw hla tm- 
affected simplicity-' and any fulsorne 
ewlogy wojjld be "ufterly out-^«r place. 
He. did hl.s duty quietly ajid steadfastly, 
a'nd ■Was never ashamed of hl» religion. 
And death had come to him In an l*i- 
s4ant In the rhldst of the full energies 
of life. Last Sujiday worshipping Jn 
that churclT and on the Mond ay cru elly, 
hideously murdered. The obvious IsiS- 
Ron was that we should live so as never 
to be afraid to die. Tlie bishop went 
on to speak of the" victory over death 
through the ic*r45*lnty of the Resurrei'- 
tlon of Christ. The cross seemed such 
an appalling falliir*. . Christ wa^ . left 
apparently ntone lb die, and his mur-. 
d erOTB^m ocked htfii to the end, with no 
one to say a worrf" for him.- He prayed 
for them. He fcfirkave therii. That was 
magiilflcent but s.tUJ He died, and If 
that had be^n the real end. it would 
all. be hopeless lnde*(d, but the Resur- 
rection -w-a*^ f.ict and death and all lt9 



"14.45 powers hayp been f-nrever 



HEAD OFFICE 



WINNIPEG 



Pre.<!ident — Sir D. H. McMillan, » ii-_ • j /-« -.,.1 *^ 

K.C.M.G., Liout.-G»vernor of Mani- Authorized Capital --- $6,000,000 
General Manapef—D. CAMPBELL. P.^*^ Up Capital - - - - $2,200,000 

Bills of. Exchange, Drafts and Orders on alT Countries 
bought and' sold. . 

Canadian Bankers' Association Money Orders sold. 

Collections rtiade .in. al l "parts of Canada, and V £prejgfl_ 
countries. " . __ 

opens arSavijigs-Accouftt. . ' 



Godfrey Booth, Manager 



- Victoria Branch 




The Man at the Bat may 

be caug ht OU T on 

his third strike, 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NE;.yE R,FAlL |0 tlg^t th« FinSt STJRIKE. 



"A tt sure aa the dawp, o{_ 



• Sixty years of 'prperfence have hroiffht "J^dyli — Mat c he M tto tl)e 

ACME of PERFECTION.. The famous "Silent." • •• 

Al.no BUy'B JPapey.Wpodenware.Plbreware, palls, -T'ubfl- 

honrds. '1 > ,. ■ , ________ 



Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents, Victoria and Vancnuver 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



Fvedfiiults. 

Brn-n, p.T' 100 Ibg 

.sl■'^frts. ppr 100 IX)». 

.Mlddllnfra. .per 100 lbs! 

tiata, per JOG lbs. 

Fped 'Wn«-Bt. per 100 lb». . . 
i^ruBhcd Uata, per 100 lb». . 

Barley, p<T 100 Iba 

(•ruihfd Barlesy, per 100 Iba 
I "hop Filed,' per 100 Iba - . . 
Whole Corn, per 100 lbs. . 
ira,c;k<.'d Corn, per 100 Iba 
Pted, Cornrneal, per,.-100 Iba. 

Hay. Fraaer Klver. Wr-'-ton : i'i'4;'0<>'O<i.06 

Hay. pralrla It.OO 

ErKa— j^ 

Frrah laland. per )T9zen .44 

Eastern ICKKa, per docea .... .!• 

— Cheeae — , '. . >-- 

Canndian. pftT-lfe' ...... i .m .^*:».,v^_^ J* 

Ncu^chatal. each, .......' .!• 

Cream, luual, ciuia'.«^.....a.%^ ,1# 

Biilt«r—- ' ■" ^ 

AIb«|-(M. P«r lb. .St 

■U*n\ T»lr« ^ „...... ...... M9^ 



SeptPinber ....... 

October : 13.03"*""*. ^'"' '"Ictory l.s ours, through .Tepuo 

December ... ..... . .:[:\. :...'/.. I3.6O Chrlut Our l.nr<i. 

S«polutlon of Sympathy. 

At a Bpei'lally called meet I n g.-of tti« 
members, of 'St. M&rk'«' parl.ih. the fol-. 
lowlhK rc'Solutlofi waa rnoveil by Mr. R. 
Fo'wlpr, w;RrdiMi. and seconded by Mr, 
Charlca GoodVk^lMi 

"That, we, t.hp rnembers' of .'^'t. Mark's 
conKK.eKntloh. osspmbled here thin everi-. 
Ini^; 'do wish on behalf ^of the whole 
congreRatlon, io extfni£J;to you our most 
sincere Rnd . ho.nrtfeit ,*yrnpiithy In Vils 
your time of df*p ' sorrow and aflllc-- 
tlon; and t'> ns.>?ure 'you that; while 
liytnpnthlKlnsr w-ltlv yoti-tn the U'RS of a 
dear b.rother. rtnd with tho little chil- 
dren now bereft of 'b'pth mother and 
father, we ourselves, sadly renll?:*' that 
We have lost In your 'brother a.'faltliful 
and .zealous warcleii of our church, 
whose placp It will be hard to fill. We 
f-pray Ood to srlv«> you and al ft hose <l«»ar 
l-«unAn«ar to «>iir Into friend and wnr- 
, den, cbrhfort find' h'opef ul reslKnatlon." 

The motion wair unanimously carried, 
all standing. , 



1.40 

1.(>V 

1.70 

1.65 
i.lO 

1.76 
1 s« 
1.60 
l.SO 
1. 1« . 
1.90 
l.»U 



Victoria Creamery, per lb.... 
r'owlchan C.r.-ninMry, pec lb.... 

Comoz .CrcaniAC}:.. par lb 

SaU._t^r.!vtf la. OreaLfoary. Ibk* 

J Flouir.. 

Royal llouaehold. a bnir . . .. 
I^ake of ihn Woods, a bajr:.. 

Royal Standard, a bag 

Wild Koae., per .aack ....'. 

Robin Hood, per sack 

Calgary, a bag 

■finowflnk*. a bag 

Drifted Hnnw. per aack 

Threec etar, per aack 

SlotleVa Btiit, per bag 

Mtats. 

Ba«r. iker n>. 

Mutton, per lb 

Mutton, Auatrallan' 

Vral. dreaaed, i>'«r lb 

Geea«, dfeaaed, per lb. ...... 

Chickens, per lb. 

Chickens, p«r ib., live walght. 
bucka, dr«aa«d, par ib. ...... 

Hania,' per lb. 

Pork ..■•■..•. .■..>..••....«. 

FIga. ta^ble. per lb.,, ......W.». 

Lemona, p«r tJossn-. •....•t...'.' 

OPangpa, Naval ....,,.«»^t. 

Banaiiaa •••.•*«« .v^ 

Applna. I Iba .. . k,....'......... 

Aaparagua, (loekl) .«*••«... 
Oreen Feaa. & 4bl^-nV.W*-«*» 
E^plnach, 4 lbs ...'......<. ..i. 

Apples, per box V...fi......x> 

Grape Fruit, (Csl.) ........<.. 



At 
.«» 

.4* 
'«t 

> 1.98" 
1.90 
1.90 
1.8S 
• 1.96 
1.90 
1.85. 
1.7S 
1.76 
1.86 

.069.10 
.16960 
.i(tf.2» 
.16tf^.3t 

.200.64 

.:i<».4o 

.16HU> 1« 
.ZU0.66 
'.1SU.3S 

.liii.zt 
,*• 

.10 
.1<>® 50 
.160.40 

.16 

.iauo.i» 
— .«»-- 



rttoijio— 



.A Simple Solntiot 

."Uepeat the words the 
used," i-oniftiahi1e'd 



defendant 
counsel for the. 



Womap plaintiff In ii. case of slander be 
Ing trfed In the First Crltnlnnl Court of 
Newark recently 

"I'd rather nci. ' bashfully replied 
the defendant. "They worn hardly 
words to tell to a gentleman," 

'ia[htsper theni to the Judge, then." 
magnanlmo.usly .iiuggested aounsel — ^'and 
the Court- was obllg'ed to rap^for order. 



Admli^tlon. 

The goTdch-halifd bird had Just 
bowed to her aiidlehcA when a .man 
rushed frantically "poh the stage and 
cried: ■ . > 

1 '"la iheise- «-plityMcfl»tt-iir-tftit- house.'*' 

A young /nan In the third row, blush- 
ing with enibarrassmcnt, afoso. 

"fiPay.: Doe,'* BB lord ^"m Wan on the 
stage, with a jTk of hlii thumb toward 
the singer, "ain't she #,-*>«ftUt7" 



r>ai UtbUauyNwaacnaMBR 



Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Ac;ent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



"The prevention o( fori'sL . tires 1-s 
pri^bubly " the Kra\'c.'3,l iiueKtlmi which 
ctHifrorilB Canafla;is National Conser- 
vation coniml.sijiijn," Haiti Mr. Janie.s 
White, sfcretary of the cornml.ssiun. 
whiin KCfn nt the Knipn-ss hoiel yes- 
lerday. .Mr. ' \\;jylt; i.s jL-iyln).;- a vKsit 
to Ihf laland In i;onn'rcUon with hl.s 
work ha\inK comt) hero 'from ICam- 
loops when: he attended tlio Irrlsa- 
llon. congr,e..s.s. / 

-"Up to the iin'.Hi.-Ml, ■ ^iiild .\lr, Wliiti-, 
"too much allL-nUiin liaa l.iei-n paid 
to the luuthods of (■xtrngulshinj,' theso 
llrt>a once- they havi: started. What 
we want to do Is to In.sure their not 
starting iit all. .We believe that thi; 
careless authors of these . great con- 
llagrations which are ao rui)ldly.__de- 
niidlng the forests -should be lined 
hojivlly, or indeed put- In jifflson. If 
such were done It wuuld convince' the 
■public of the tremendous gravity of 
the situation. If a man sets Are to 
-a^huuse he is convicted of arson. If 
he is responsible for a forest tire there 
la no penalty. I cannot-see the differ- 
ence in the degree of crime between 
the destruction of private and na- 
tional propeitty. _ -J . 
- -Jn Tcspcct'to the numerous conflag- 
rations caused through locomotive 
.sparkfr- lliJE. conservation commission 
TTas ai-fl"'iiPTi; ttie^attenTtonof— the^ gov- 
ernment to the .nreed of protective 
measures. In this Instance the law 
will have to be amerlded. Railroads 
with heavy grades should' have spark 
arrestors and screens.. On April 1, 
last, a law 'w-'ent into effect covering 
railways operating In tJie Adirondack 
forest_J3^erve forcing the dlfferanb 



roads to burn "oir'dK"-tWetT'''ITO0TTiotive8 
At the end of each run the locotootives 
are Inspected to see that thelf screens 
are trot -defective. The result has 
been there hJtve been no forest flre-s 
in the Adirdndacks this year. 

"In connfcctlOn with our great tim- 
ber resources we are burning the can. 
die at both ends , and In the. middle aa 
well. The annual cut far exceeds the 
growth. The destruction by lire Is 
greater than either. The rate of de- 
pletion of our forests througb the 
carelessness, of Individuals and com- 
panies Is simply appalling. The pres- 
ent laws to a certain extent are, good 
enough but the trouble is tho mental 
attitude, of th? people on both sieds 
of the line. -.-.^.i 

American Invasion 

"A'nother .bad feature of the outlook 
Is the fact that the f.orest resources 
of the ITnlted' Slates are .being so rap- 
Idly depicted that It la only a cjues- 
tion of a v-er>' short time U'hen Am- 
erican capital will be comlftg In here 
by the hiillif)n and snaplng up all the 
available , 'timber areas. If by that 
time large timber reserves have not 
been created practically all the. avail- 
4ible timber area will bo corralled. 
Tbe only way to prevent this and to 
con.querpd4«onserviB thls'TTfeat natural resource 
is by the 'creation of forest reserves; 
The Dominion government is recjog- 
nlislng this fact and has placed all the 
timber on the eijistern slope .Of the 
Rockies under reserve. „ , 

"The retention of timber on the 
headwaters of streams is of ya«t Im- 
portance in connection with .t h e- waiter 
supply. It Is only n'ecessary to look 
at the r)tp«^r >»*»<•« l" southwestern 
Ontario where the smaller- streams 
have dried up. That la il case where 
the conservationist would not advo- 
cate the retentloii of forests. Only 
Where the tlrpber is of greater value 
than the contiguous -land and water 
should it be conservo.d. 

"Another proltlem of considerable 
importance to the conservation com- 
mta.slon Is that of water power. Its 
conservation and development. In 
Ontario water powers of over 160 h. p. 
can /»nly be leased and cannot be pur- 
chased outright. The lease extends 
over a (Certain terni of years. The 
Ueut'.-governor In council .can revise 
the rates, and. all leases are con<^ltlon- 
al on speedy and . Efficient dt-velop- 
ment. As-a result of tills potttx the 
Ontario go.evrn'meiU receives a r«fVH- 
Hue of $lOt|,(M)0 y early from the N'la- 
gara Kails Wate r Power .alone. 

"The RpRish Columbia Water Act Is 
an excellent one but It.does not go so 
T^"fHT aB was advocated hy the North 
Atnerlcan 'conff^renbo.' Inasmuch as li- 
cences for water imwers nroj granted 
in perpetuity. As regards the licences 
for water for Irrigation the aclt seems 
to be 4n excellent piece of legisla- 
tion." , ■ 

Mr. White leaves, o n 3hi|d ay on his 
return eastwards^ ' 



The. bureau of buildings 1» New 
Vqrk saves $12,400 annually by a re-" 
durtlonln office force. 

President Taft In a speech at Bast - 
port, Maine, "on the 20th ult. advocat- 
ed reciprocity with Canada. 

It has been: annoimced at Washing- 
ton that the public ^domain, of 'the 
United States now Included, about 731,- 
000.000 acrca^, .. ...i^^.. 




A. Spopt^rnanlike "Kids' Judge." 

Pity there are not more judges like 
Foraker, who presides oypr the chlj'- 
4^W*M*^» emil^- ffi BrooUIyft. ~We' en 
the law — not only of the statutes, but 
of fair play and sportsmanship. The 
boy who goes before his court gets a 



SOME CHEAP HOUSES 



Fernwood Road — 5-roomed hou 

HUlck sale, ^2,350, ^0 ca.'ih, 
Menzies Street — Klne Jlttlc hou 

Price includes blinds, stoves 
Ontario Street — New well-arran 
' James Bay — o-rooincd cottage. 

terms. 
Large selection of bungaloWs in 
We can sell, if taken inini(^llale 

one minute from WiUluvvH 
Small Poultry Farm in Oak Bi 
Fine House on Oavio Street, Oa 

balance monthly. 
Five acres of Gorge waterfront, 
Thr«e" »rvd-"One-quafti(r acres in 
We have a large aclcction of la 



»(\ fully morlern, on good lot. ' For 

baliinc-i- on mi.iriKagt.'. 
S(! near the sea. Wry clicap, at$3,600. 

and range, 
god and attractive bungalow, f3,150. 
-N".cw plumbing, !J2,00O. ltea.soiiable 

.Oak Bay! 

ly, a ,'50x120 foot lot on Foul Bay Road, 

car, at S-I^O. Terms. 

y. A ai-iiii at $1,T,''jO. 

k Bay District, for $5.QO0. J^.'iO caab, 

$10,000. 

Colw^ood District, $1,500. 
rmiS^ln all parts uf the It-^iana • 



Bevan, Gore & Eliot Limited 



Phones 2470 and 2471 



fl22 Government Street 



COLD STORAGE 

1 1, COLD S«E iS ICE CO. 

Victoria, B. C. ~^-- 

Goods recei'vcd at all hours. Expert attention 



_j -given. - Consignments solicited 



Tcleplionc 2282 



:■ / P . O. Box 875. 



Phone 2-156 



P-A-^ox 793 



WANTED 

Pacific Whaling, com. and pfd. 

Great West Permanent Lrtjan, A 
and B. 

B. C. Permanent l^oan.- • 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Atsociation 

Room 16, Mshon Block 



Oldham & Matterson 



Phone 235S. 



1122 Govt, St. 



FOR SALE 

one good lot. Fourth street, Stew- 
art. Must be sold, very cheap. 

TO RENT 

Six roomed house, Jam«»— Bay. 
- Rent' $25 ,„ ... 



'<r 



STEWART 

Actions speak louder than words. Stewart has 
now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 
are steadily advancing, as the development of the 
country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- 
art City are a splendid investment. 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 
Offices 9. io,-=*s==^Boar^^^; Trade Building, Victoria, 



lesson on manttnipss. "Did you agree 
to.flght?" he asKed William Goldstein 
the other day. 

doldstein Is 12 years old and in a 
battle with Abraham Kassner had 
beeii^ worsted. "Sure we did," said 
'Goldstein, "but. judge.- br-licked me," 
■ "And you came here to bave him 
punished?" ■ . , 

Goldstein nodded his hfead.' "He 
makes a hit on meln face with his 



fist. Judge," said he. "And he did not 
-ptop until I asked him to."' . 

Goldstein said that ■wa9"lt;-preclse- 
lyj^ Amd he wanted Kassne r sent to 



the penitentiary for life — or burnec. 
at the stake. He didn't tare ■which. 



Being good to yourself need not en- 
tail being mean to your neighbor. 



Subscribe for THC COLONIST 



Mort^a^es for Sale ! 



We stift have, some first-class mortgages to dis^ 
pose of. One of $45,000 for five years at seven per 
cent" we especially .recommen d as containing all the 
elenients^of good security. Particulars can be ob^' 
tained from ^^ 



The DOMINION TRUST CO., LD. 

Temporary Office looi Langley Street 



i 



PORTLAND'-^ 
CANAL STOCKS 



..— ~A SNAP!— — 

FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONt 

^"Tlli^property. wias being held at $1,400 per acre. Now of- 

:-.„.»—.. ■ ' fered fof a quick sale, at 

$1100-PER ACRE— $1100 

N. B. MAYSMITII & Company, Ltd. 



Phoiia 1800. 



Mahon BuUdlnc- 



BOUaHT AND SOLD 
COMMiaSIOIT 



017 



and Grave 



PITS AT ROYAL BAl^, ESQ-UIMALt 

■' Mcd and .Gr.-uic.i 

cn'iitiVin' ' 



P. O. Box 762 



Victc 



)na 



i«- 



R. D. MacLachlan 



Member Victoria Stockbrokera' 
Association. •" '—.^■^ 



Board ot Trad«:~BuUi}iac. 

Phono 2100. 



Mining Stocks 

ASK -JS TOR raiCES 

Jiuy J! SiMo 

1 'ot t IM txl * .liiM i, 

.Slovvurt Mining, 

Ked CMlff, 

n lacier Creek, 

Portland Wonder, 

A incr.b'ftrl C'aniullan Oil. 

Canrullan Northwest Oil. 

^AfiB.onn, o'WTNM « cc 

'VftnoouTsi;. 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO.-! 



STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14-16 Mahon Bldlg. 



1114 Government Stree 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON ALL EXCIL\NGES 

Dealer.^ in Local'Stocks, Municipal, Govisrnment, Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



Private Wirfs to Chicago, New "^ork, Boston, Montreal 



*}i-9 < }»Jnti\'-^m:^K-'9t.^jitM,^fmiiJi^-i> 



:\.y^k'^!i%i'i^'»'-'^i0^i^'^w«f'^^-- ^- " 



:/ ? 



16 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



SRturttnyi Aufluat 13, 1910 



CI^ASSIFIBD yU>VBKTISI>0 BATM 



Ona can' a word each Inaertloq; 14 per 
ccMt dlMcount tor alx or more conaecutlva 
lni»rtlou(--caah with order. No udvcrtlaa- 
nieiit ac,u^tKod (or lv»» than 25 ct^rua^ 
buaineaa aii'd Profosalodal Carda — ol tour 
llnea or uiidrr — Jl.OO per wcuk. 
No advcriui-inonl v'^i^'K<=i^ "'^ account tor 
Icaa thau |2.0U 

Phono No." 11. -,_ 






BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



ABciiiTecrs 



GRIFFITH, 11. 
Government 



ARCHITECT. 
Phono 14 80. 



1U0« 



n^ 



ronrKK, THOMAS. AitCHlTKCT — IN 
jvr(iclli.-e In U. C. lor twcnti-ltva yeara. 
Plana and spccirvriitlona lurtilnhid un uppU- 
catlori. DflUi". o Slsti'ia Hlocki I'hona 'Ji7 



UUHK. B.. AUCHrn<;CT--5 ANU 7 
Ive SlBtura Block. Ti'l; Ub«». U-704; 

1157. 



in 
\U- Room IB Klvo Statura Block. Victoria, 



■^ ELWOOD WATKINS.. AHCIUTECT— 

Block. 
Uttlc« aiS8. Kealdencu 



B. " C. Telephiiuea: 
1.-1S98. 



AKT or.Ass 



A. 



K. HOY, UVKK THIRTY YjKAH.« 
expcrlvnee In Art Glass l.eRdi'd 
llffhls for churohoa. acho.olB and prlvain 
dwc-lllnss. Worka and atST-e S4S Yalta at. 
Pho.ic 584. » 



(.•H1.SH01..M * ft).. .MAM;FAfTUn- 
of ltadi'<l art Klaus. tJfi' u« before 
lacing your order,. ICepalrlnif a speclaity 



t3 W 

5o. er 

placing your onicr.- jiepairii 

I'hono i2ax,._S(13 For', alrfet, .. 



.AtTOMOBll.KS 



TTI^EST^JE.fi 
» » pany. 



iiSj^^';:.:»eTUU & SUPPLY coi<- 
Jb,- i'. Clark, Manager. Solo 
agnntii for Uulcka. Franklins. _ J-iuxubera. 
Clement Talbola and Rovers. .StoraBf, aup- 
plUi. tires all sizes and makes. Hulk gaso- 
line ami oil. llcpalra. coinpleto vulcanUlnic 
plant. High clasa livery. Telephona liU6. or 
1£ line bu.sy LOi'i". 



B.\Or.,tGE DELIVERY 



TASTY tllii-lVERy SERVICE. PHONE 
907. Express, transfer wagoni and 
inessenKera ,pr.oiiu>liy nviIfj/UjiS- lilH Cormor- 
ant Btrtieu 



H^ 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO., 
ephoAo 129.. 



LTD., TEL- 



BLUE I'lUNTINO AND JIAPS 



TS. ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIECTE, 
cents per tool. Tlmfcivr and land 



1)K1NT 
aU ,-- , 

mapa. Electric Blue Frlnta and 'Map Co., 
IIIB Lanifley St. 



, BOATS. AND KNGINK8 



V 



ICTORI.-V BOAT & ENGINE CO..-l<TD— 



repairs, designs. Shop. 424 Pavid 
W. D. Buck, manager. Phone 205. 



BOOKBINDERS 



ri"\HH COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
X equlped bookblndery ' In the provluca; 
the result Is e<jual In proportion. 



DOTTLB8 



LL KINDS OF BOT'TLES WANTED— 



A 

Alttncy, 



162U Store atreet Phone ;33(J. 



BllI.DERS AND CONTRACTOHS 



I.-VKANK. B. HUME— CONTRACTOR AND 
. builder. Plana and Bpecltlcatlona pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates turnlshed 
on any class of structure, Offlc^a Cor. Rol- 
and AVe.. and Oxford 8t.. P. O. Box t70. 

UNEY^BROS., BuYlUERS ANU CON-: 
tractors, are pr<»pared to give prices on 



all building and Jobbing work. 
We attend to your orden 



Phone (;7». 



CHIBOrODV. 



MR.S. CA.MPBELL, 
Fort street. 



CHIROPODIST 906 



CIVIL ENGINEERS AJjTD SURVEYORS 



O. .N-OAKKS. B. C. land SURVEYOR 
' C. E..;toom 8. I.ee BulldlnR, Broad 
street. Telephone 377, P. O. Box 54 2. 



A. 



O. ALDOUS, C.B.~A1I kinda of civil 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



HOTKI.JI AND KE8TAURANTB 



B^ 



ANNERMAN & HORN HOTEL, NEW 
building, corner Broad and Johnaoil 
atrael, Victoria. Modern g.tflcea and fur- 
nished rooms. . ' 



/XAJJFORNIA HOTEL, I* JOHNSON 8T. 
V_/ newly fitted up from bottom t» top, 
good accommrtd*tlon, nport^ng gallery, com- 
prising lUe-al»ed photos of all the noted 
aportib and athl«t«a«|» *o U>« present day. 
Bar a)wa}i,a >auppllttd wttb beat goods. Thoa 
L. McManua, proprietor. 

N"" EW HOTeITbRUNSWICK. NICEST Lo- 
cation lu Victoria, nicely furnished 
rooms at moderate prices. Weekly rates. 
All cars pass hotel. Two entrancea, corner 
Yates and Douglaa. Phono 317. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

i;PIIOI.8TBRINa AND DBCOBAVI|(0 



THE COMMERCIAL HOTE^. CORNEIl 
Douglaa and Cormorant S^a., opt)oslte 
City Hall. Renovated throughout. Rooms 
second to none In city. Bar replete with 
the beat. B:urop«an plan only. Pool room 
In connection. ,r. l..u€aa. Prop. Phone 17.fl'i. 



M 



ONEY PROPERLY INVENTED LEADd 



talned by purehaaing the best 26o m»al 
the city at The Strand Cafo. j .. ' 



In 



1>ANIEU HOTEL 
^ Ion help, 6tiO 



AND CAFG- 



■ALL UN- 
Johnson St. Why pay 
mora when 5 ou can get the best for less. 
Meals XOc; rooms UBc and up. Bar nplute 
with best goods. Joaaph Balangno, Prop. 

STRAND llOl'in^ CAFE.JoTY^'.SON ST.. 
always open. European plan; <ul»lnii 
unexcelled; bar beat goods; rates inod^rattt. 
Wright & Faulkner. Phono 1106. 



H^ 



OTEL VICTORIA—UNDEH NEW MAN- 
agement. Most central In city. Bus 
meets all steamers and tmlns. Graham Ik 
Grant, proprietors. Phone 4S0. 



VX^LSON HOTEL. 846-648 YATB^ ST. 
' ' European plan; large and airy rooms; 
bar supplied with best goods. Ted MoAvoy, 
proprietor. Phone 1832. 



rpilE WILLOWS— TUOROUOHLY I^ENO- 
X vatfd throughout, and equipped In the 
most modern and up-to-dato style, and sup- 
plied with host goods. Alex. LIpsky. prop. 



.lEWKLLKRH. WATCHMAKKR.S. ETt:. 



A. 



FETCH. 1407 DOUGLA.S STREET 
specialty of English watch rupalrlnK. 



WANTE 
• line. 



D — SCRAP 



JCNK 



QTILES & BUAitP. CONTRACTORS FOR 
O upholaterlng. removing and packing, 
carpets clean<;(i. etc., turnlture repalrad and 
poUahed. 806 Port 8t- Phtine 1149. 

li'HOLKSALE DBV OOOD8 

TURNER-BEEtON CO.. LTD.. /wHOLH- 
aale dry goods, Importora and manutao- 
lurera; men's turnlahlnfa. tenta. "Big Uorn" 
branck/ shirts, overalla. Mall urde'ra attended. 



rand(/shlrta. overalla. Mall urdi 
WHOLESALE WIJ!^E8 ANU 



LIQUORS 

rnultN^R-BEETON CO..^ LToTwHARF 
-L St.. Victoria— Wholeaala only, all the 
leading branda of liquors; direct lmp9rtera 
Write for lists and pricea. ..=..■.-. 



WOOD ANU FUEL 



U/ni.SON, E. A, DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of mlllwood, wood, bark, etc. Four- 
foot lengths, I2.C1U per nord: stove lengths. 
13.00 double load. 326 John St. Phonu 207]. 



C1HEAP FUEl^— TRY A HEAPING DOU- 
'' bio loiKl of short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to any part of city at 13.00 C.O.D. 
by Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd. Phonu 864. 



PROFESSIOj^AL DIRECTO^^ 



DENTISTS 



DR. LEWIS HALL, DENTAL BURGEON, 
Jewell block, corner Yates and Doug- 
las streets. Victoria, B. C. Telephones — ■ 
Office. 667; Residence, 1!2. 

DR. H. J. HENDERSON. DENTIST, LEE 
building, corner Broad and Johnson 



to 6 



I'hoiio 2260. OfOco hours: li.»0 a. 
p. m. Evenings t)y appointment. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



THE DBVISHBUX EMPLOYMENT ANU 
UENBKAI. .\OENCY 

1009 Fort Street. Houra 3;S0 to 6;30 
Telephone 4 47. 



w 



MNTBD — t^ARPENTERS FOR COir.N- 
try at once, $4 day. 



\1^>JTED-G 
» t housenial 



aids and several-general maids. 



q-^WO EXPERIENCED 
X want work. 



DRESSMAKRU.' 



s 



JEVEKAL CA.NAHIES FOR SALE- 
slers. 



-SO.NG- 



rpO HE HIGHLY RECOM.M ENDED—A 
X capable rook, housekeeper for bach- 



elor's eslabTlshment. 
factor.v. 



Ueferences most satls- 



HELP WANCEU — SlAI 



7 



Y\7>VNTED-— A WO 
' V iflugk.r, also .S, 



iuid 



machine ijian. 



Ai>iil.\- Wnilsh iiash & Door Co. 
mliisli-r, H. C. 



N':w West- 



CONDENSED ADVERTISIN6 



*1£AC1HCK8 WAN«>KD. 



rPiEArilEU WANTED FOR 

-•- suliool. Apply. J. S. Mulr, 



.Sooke, H. (.» 



.SOOKE 

So.'reliiry 



Vl'PLlCATJIJ.VH WILL 
by Iho , utulirsljini' 



BE RECEIVED 

1 un ^11 Salunliiy, 
AuifUMt 20, luv... Ill*; pualLl'on. of- asalsiaiit 
leachi-r of Eaat Ward ac'limil, Sidney, -B. C., 
aalury JfiO per month. Frank J. M. Norrls, 
Bei:relury. • , ■ „ 



KOKSILAH ■ S(.MIO()L DLSTRiCT—TH E 
board 01' jrustecB Invites applications 
for post i>r teiicht-r, itolary |00 month. Ad- 
dress Keenlary, Walter I'aterson, Ko 
X'lineouvi-r Island. -• 



voksllnh, 
)l{ ""FE- 



rpEACHER :WANTED/~(MALE U 
-L male) for the rural school, Clayotjuot 
distrh-l. B. C . Apply (o Jttme» Holman, 
sicrelary, Toflna, B. C 



DRUG Al'l'RENTlCE WANTED. . Al'l'LY 
B. C. Drug t'o., "641 Johnsrfn Btreet. 

W'ANTKU— TWO OK TU.UEE CARl'EN- 
»♦ leiB. Apply VV. C. Van ilu'iolcr, 1U2 
.\liiss street; Jihonn RllOO. .■• 

YY'AN'Fed - FiTf'^T (,;]., ASS M EffHiA^iA 
VV who urtdi-raliinds mugnelo ant 
Ho a<l.|titiiminl«; good vvageK-' tu 



bure 
man 



and car 

., „ rib'hi 

PbiiTpB & styles. Garage, Fort sUjiitt. 

YYTANTElK^STORIilCJrfEl'Elt. .STEAMSHIP 
VV Princt' Ruperi. BuUerTs Tard." Apply 

i;lilet steward. ' ■ o 



rV\0 LET— FURNISHED,' LARGE BED- 
-*- rodin with use of rtinlngroom, .-kllclicn, 
fiath.._aild' telephone.- Apply 120 Government 
'»Preet; Jainea Hay. No children. 



WF- FRASER, D. M. D. — OFFICE 73 2 
• Yatoa St., Gareacho bl«ak. Otnce 
hours: 8.80 a. m. to 8 p. (U- 



UETECTIVES 



B. 



C. DETECTIVK SERVICE, VANCOU- 
., ver. Civil, criminal and commercial 
Investigations R. S. Baron, Superinten- 
dent. Head ofAce, Rooms 207 and 208. Crown 
building, Vuneouver. B. C. Phono 41i«3. 
Bloodhound trailers kept. 



BRASS. "Cgfvttr; 

■ RCks. bottles, 
rubber; highest prlrea paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency. 1620 Store street. Phone 1338. 



LANPSCAPE GARDENER 



JA.MES SI.MPSO 
phono RllS 



PSON. 961 JOHNSON ST. 
phono R1150. Expert on all garden 
and orchard details, trees Improved, rfcal" 
removed, greenfly lutnlhllated without In- 
jury to flower, fruit or folia ge. G ardens 
kept. contraCta ta ken, roses a 'specIaTty. 

I J VERY AND TRANSFER 



"TTICTORIA TRANSFER CO., LTD.. TEL. 
V 129. Beat service In the cUy: 



UTHOG RAPHINQ 



LITHOGRAPHING, ENGRAVINO AND 
Embossing— Nothing too Inrgn and 
nothing too small; your staiUmery Is your 
advance agent; our work Is uiierjualled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LOCKS>UTHS AND MACltk-NlSTS 



HAFER. U — GENERAL MACHINLl^T. 
new parts of all kinds made In braas, 
copper and ateel, or any aort of- metal. Ma- 
chine shop, 169 Government St. Phone 030. 



UASSAOE 



MRS. EARSMAN, ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical massage. 1006 Fort St. 



Phone B-lOeS. 



OPTICIANS AND OPTO.MKTR1ST8 



tor mining and commercial, men llaies (3 
and upwards. Atklpa, Johnson u Sietvart, 
'^ jiroprletors. 



BLY'TH. A. P.. 64S FORT— OVER A 
quarter of a century's experience, and 
modern equipment at your aervlce. Free 
exatnlnatlon. Lenses ground ',on premises. 
Phone 2259. ■ • 



PAINTERS AND PAPKRHANUEKS 



1.* C 
^ . engineerlnff and surveying undertaken. TJ'R-^NK 
Railroad. , location and construction a spe- -^ "'^ 

clalty. 1107 Langley street 



G' 



ir 



t ORE & McURBaOR— J- HERRICK Mc- 
Gregor. Mgr. Land .Surveyor and 
civli engineers. Chancery Cbambera. P. O. 
Box 162 Tel. A504. Fort George otflce, J. 
1. Templeion. Mgr. 

lOBEltTSON. A. I. — BRITISH COLUM- 

blu Land Surveyor 622 Fort street. 

Victoria. B. C. Telephone L-1647. P. O. Box 

CARPENIERS, JOINERS. JOBBJE^S _ 

/ IAPITAL CARPENTER AND JOBbTnG 
W factory, Alfred Jonea All kInda of 
alterations. .Jobbing work, 1003 Vancouver 
and Yates siuki; otflce phono .B2011. Kea, 
R790. 



C.IRRIACK AND WAOON DEAX.BKS 



MABLE, WM.— IMPORTER 
Laehlan buggies, traps; cannot be 



beaten for durabllliy. 
»fn St. Phone 1828. 



OF - MAC- 

cannot bi 

Warehouse 717 John- 



„CIX>THE8 l'LE.\NINO 



GENTS' ULOTHBS^ CLE.A,NED, . DYpp. 
repaired and preaacd; umbrellas and 
para sols ma de, repaired and , re-covered^ 
Guy W. " WaIker,~Tirg ' Johnaon St., jUat east 
o( Douglas Phone L-1267. 

'YY'AH trtlONG — LADIES' ANiJ GENTS' 
VV dry .tleaning, pressing and repairing 
on short notice. 1725 government atreet, 
Victoria. B.C. - 



COAL AND . WOOD. 



BURT, GEO.— DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of wo^ and coal. Delivered to an; 



part of city, at current rutea.- 
yards, 735 Pandora, 



Phone 823, 



GO TO J. E. GRICE TO GET YOUR FALL 
orders. Wood' piled in yard or lot be- 
fore cutting. Measure guaranteed. In cords 
or over. Tel. ,149; 

ALL & WALKER.l-;WELHNQTON COL- 
lieries Coal, Com'bx Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially prii- 
pared. Tel. S3; 1 2.12 Government St.' 

INGHAM, J. & CO. — OFFICE 120S 

BROAD St. Coal delivered to tny part 

Of the "city at current rates. Pbona 84 7, 
■Wharf, foot of Chatham St. 



PAINTER, J. E. & SONS— COAL, WOOD 
and bark of fineat quality at 'current 
rates. Try our ■ new and specially prepared 
hut coals. Phone 636. Office 611 Cormor- 

«iu St. 



CREAlvrERIKS AND DATRIES 

KOYAL DAIRY— 'CREAMERY BUTTER, 
leu cream, milk and buttermilk; re- 



liable tor quality and purity. 
Douglas St., or Phone li' 



Dairy 1110 



DRAYKtEjr 



HKANBY. JOSEPH — OFFICE 65 Wh%rf 
street. Telephone J71. - 



\ VICTORIA TRtrcIC 
V 



"T^fftcpfion' 



AND DRAT CO.- 



DIL WORKS 



li. 



MELLOR— -PAINTIN'O CON- 
raator. 112S View street. Phona 1664. 



HENRY RIVERS- PAINTER, GLAZIER; 
Kaladmlner and paperbanger, 74^ Mar- 



ket Btret, Victoria. B. C. 
fully given on application, 



£atlmatea cbear- 



SE A R ^^ J. 
brushes; 



— PAINTS, VARNISHES 
specialty of wallpaper, .the 
newest patterns. Give mo a call. Store 
1607 Douglaa street. Pbona R-I084. 



THE MELROSE CO.. LTD., 618 FORT RT. 
undertake every branch of the painting 
and decorating business and guarantee aat- 
lafactlon. 



PATENTS. A>'D LEGAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
Attorney. Parents in »11 countries. 
FalrOeld building, oppgalte P. O., Vancou- 
ver. . 



PLUMBING AND GASFITTINO 



COLBERT PLITMBINO & HEATING CO, 
Ltd For first class workmanship in 

the above line give tis a tfrlal. ' Temporary 
office 765 Brougbton St.. Phone 661. 



L'Vr ATKINSON, PLf.MHING, STOVE 
.»;*.>. fitting, '»Bi4 Blahchard; -phone 



Ri«17. 



POTTERY WARE, ETC. 



SEWfeR PIPE. FIELD -TlL^. GROUND 
. Fire Clay, Flower Pots. ate. B. C. 
Pottery .Co., Ltd., Cor. Broad and Pandora 
Stlt, Vlctorlftr B. C. 



RBAfc- ESTATE AOENf S 



r^lVTHBERT. HERBERT & CO.— "BAR- 
\J gains Victoria Real Estate." Invest- 
ments, timber and fruit lands, 616 Fort St 
Phone IfilO. Cable address. "t.'Uthbert." 



MARRIOTT & BELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, mines and rcntala. 
offices Vanceiuver. New Westniinater and 
Victoria. 619 Trounce Avenue. Phone 648, 



POTTS. HOWARD A. O— REAL Es- 
tate, Financial and Timber agents. In 
business in Victoria tor over twenty yeara 
office 636 i''ort street. 



TRACKSELL, ANDERSON ft CO.— REAI. 
estates, timber loans, rentals, collections 
Offlcca: Regina, Baak., and Victoria. B. C, 
Office: .lilO Broad Bt. Phone 1722. 



SAILMA^EBS 



JEUNE A BRO., 8A1LMAKERS, TENTS; 
awnings, camp furniture. Warehousa 
670. Johnson St. Phono 796. 



STENCIL AND SEAL ENGRAVING 



GENERAL ENGRAVER A.ND STENCIL 
cutter. Geo. Crowther, 12 'Wharf St., 
behind Post OtHce, 

SAlND AND OttAVEL 



i>AClFIC DETECTIVE AGENCJY, DOING 
geiierai line crrmlnal and civil private 
detective, work, or will find the where-^ - .- , 
abouls of any persons whose Indentlty "d yY? 
aildreases are unknown. 909 Govertn»*nl|4 
Bireei. phone) 2171. . j 



T 



ISTESTERN; DETECTIVE ASSOCIATIOI 

VV Room ; 6, Sylvester block, Ya^cs St 

commercial and CriTiiTiiai inv"esUgatl6iis" acf 

special audits, de| 
ess strictly confldcn 



Counts promiptly collected 
faulting, ail. All , buaines 
!lal. Phone 2487. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOUVER 



ALHAMBRA HOTEL— MRS. 8. THOMP- 
son tt Sons, proprietors; R. D. Tluimp- 
siin, manager. t'Ofner Carroll and Water 
streets, Vancouver, lii C. • Vancouver's first 
hot«'l. Sltuaiod In the heart 'oC the city. 
-Modernly JHHtHvped throughout. Midday 
lunch a specialty. Eurupeair plan. Fun,cd 
(or good Mblskey. 



BLACKBURN HOTEL— A. R BLACK- 
burn, proprietor. This well-'k'nown and 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed Is now open to its patron*. Steam heat, 
fino commodious rooms, , flrst-c.lasa dining- 
room, best attention to comfort uf guests. 
American plan }1.0i) to }2.0O per day. Euro- 
pean plan, 76u upwards. ill Westminster 
aveiuje^ ,..- 



C10.M.MERC1AL HOTBI CORNER HAKT- 
-' Ings and Camble streets. Ueadqunrters 



Tjhin'EL 

J_L ^rlve 



DOMINION— WHEN YOU Alt- 
ai Vancouver take large auto bus 
which will take you, to this hotel free. Our 
service is the best obtainable at the price. 
American plan. SI. 60 to (2.00 per day. Auto 
makes one trip dally around Stanlay, Parle 
V. Baynes. proprietor. — 

LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



A. 



O. K— eeURT NORTHERN LIGHT. 



Broad street. 2nd and 4lh Wednesdays. 
F. Fullerton, aecrelary. 



W. 



K. 


OF P.. .No. 1. FAR -WEST LODOE, 


'Friday, K. of ' P.' Hall, cor. Douglaa 


and 


Pandora streets. 3. L. Smith, K. of R. 


and 


S. Box 64 4. 



SONS. OP. ENGLAND, B. S. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 116 meets 1st and 8rd Wednies- 
dsiy, K. of P; Hall. W. Appleby. Foul Bay. 
President; J. Critcbley, Secretary. Sidney, 
B. C. • 



s 



ONS OF BNOLAKD, PRIDE OF ISLAND 



2nd ond 4th Tuesday*. President C. Pora- 
eroy, Victoria West; Secreiarj-* W. Dawaon, 
Head Street, Esqulmalt. 

S bciETY ^OR THB~~PRB!VKNTI0N OP 
cruelty to Animals. Office 1112 Broad 
street. Phones, Inspector ItUMel, ItZI, aec- 
retary L2348. 



\ Y^XNI-ED YOUTH.. .16,J::OR STCJRE. AN 
V V oijpoitunlty to loam liusliieHs. Apply 
Ij'lween 12 or 1. 685 Johnson street. 



AT THE 
otid C'afe, 660 Johnson street. 



\\7AITEU. WANTED— APPLY 
V V Strj 



BOY. 16, fall and winter situation; 
plewiant outdoor Ufa reejulred; good 
In giaiiiniar, composition, punctuation, lype- 
wrliliig optional but preferred, Give a 
phone nuinlMr ' tor Friday noon, . BoK 198 
Colonist. ■ ' ' " '■ 



O.NK R 
every 



MAN 



k.Ng. ..REL1,ABLE 

ry town to take 



custoip^mado 
cominlssion. 
'I'oroniii, On I, 



WANTED IN 
orders for bfest 
ulothes in Canada; hlgh<»i 
Hex 'I'allurtng Co.. LImiieJ. 



tAS.SI.STANT BOOKKEEI'EU. 
Apply alutlnir age. (alary and experl- 

tv i»i' T^lolli* . 



YY^A-ilTEU— BOUlvKEEPER WITH EX- 



{)erlence in lumber tr^de 
rfrtr; — Vict or i a. — ; ' 



Apply Box 



yVANTKD— FARM HAN£), STEADY JOB 
V V to., right man; wages 136 t»ottUvr- 
Apply to D. A. Downey, Sidney, P" O. 



MAN 



YY^ANTED — ONE, RELIABLE 
V V every town 'to take orders for 



IN 
beat 
custom made clothes in Canada. Highest 
commission. Rex Tailoring .Co., Ltd,, Toron- 
to, Ont. 



YX/ANTJiD— CAPABLB " 8XLB8MAN TO 
VV co»er Brltiali Columbia with staple 
line. High cuminlssiuns. with tlOO monthly 
advance. Permanent position to right man. 
Jesa H. Smith Co., Windsor, Ont. 



HELP WANTED— FEUALK 



YY^ANTED— GIIU., 
I V candy ature. 



TO WORK IN A 

Apply to 649 Johnaon 



YY/ANTED 
' V Apply 



PED— GENERAL MAID. AT ONCE. 
664 RIthet str<>et. 



UlANTED — OOMPE'l'ENT OENBRA^L 

maid; plain cooking. . Apply l&O' 



I-ernwood road. 



YY^VNTED— A WAITRBSS AT 
' V hold, Langley itrcet. 
twecn 6 and 6 p. m. 



ANOEL 
Apply be- 



Ur*ANTBD — LADY IXi TBACK LITTLE 
girl and assist tn b'e>u*<^work. Apply 



Mrs. .McCliiilock, 
I and 2. p. m. 



Dallas Hotel, between 



LS WANTED, JaXPERIKNCE UN- 
ec«s«ary.: K P. Cbarlton & 4Jo., Ltd., 
5c, lOc and l&c ature, hotttlbS 'tfver lie. liV9 
Government street. , ■ , 



/I IRl 
yj ne 



YY7-*^-'<TKD— HOUSEKEEPER; MCST 
• V a good plain cook; amall family, 
ply 2976 Quadra street. 



BE 

Ap- 



YV'A.NTED— COMPETE.VT SERVANT JffMi 
■V V family of four; no children. ■ Apply 6J3 
Queens avenue between 6 and 8 p. m. 



YVANTED— MAID FOB HOUSEWORK; 
V> imall houae; two In family, 406 Van- 



couver street. 



Y\TANTKD- 
» V for the 
'^40 Colonist. 



WANTED-^^TEACHER FOR BlJRUOYN'-: 
bay school. ^Salnry'tfiO per month. .\i)- 
ply G. E. Akerinan .-secretary. ,_ . 

TO LET-r-HbuSEaEEPl>'G ROOMS 

rr\0 LET— FURNLSUKU HOU8El<.EBPl^G 
-L rooms; new hoUBu, 54!) RlHu»t utrec-t. 



'I:j^OH RENT— TWO FRONT FCRNISHEO 
J-._ houaekeritlng. rooms, one as bed-Blitlng 
room, other kitchen, gaa cooker, sink hot 
and cpld water, etc., bath, H \Vuek. Barnes 
834 Courtney street, ,. , 



TO LET— FURNISHKD -HOUSEKEEP- 
. Ing rooms, Sl9 Pandora ayentje. 



UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
922 North Park street. - 



TO iJSrr— HOUSES 



a^0 LET — MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE, 
HillslUo avenue, dose to Douglas stceet. 
H. H. Junea, Room 20, ^romi* Bioek, Gov- 
ernment street. — 1 



CON-DENSED ADVERTISING 

WANTED— TO KENT. 

YY'^-"^"''''-" 'J'O. REI^'TTHOUSE, .NINE 'Ol! 
VV more roomH; closij 'Inj stale reiual 
lease, 'i\H (.'okinlst iifl'Ice. 



T 



CONDENSED AOyEBIlSiNQ 



YY^ANTED 

> T , c.il lllgO 

unrurniHl)i-il. 
279 t'oloiilBl. 



TO KENT 

or bungalow, 
September to 



— FlVE-iy'ui.(.M 

furnlahed ' m 

Deceinbei'. Bo.\ 



YY.MNTIOD TO RHN'i^^ltOM SEPTEMBICU 
VV 1, O-room l""iRalow. buth and W. (' , 
James Bay dl»l;** near sea or between 
uawego and Douki"h; m-hi low, with option 
of purchase. I'unlculara to Box 252 Colo- 
nist. ' ■ 



H- 



YY"'\^"J"l'-0 TCJ RB.NfT— SMALL FURNLSl 
'V irj l■oU^lg^ near aomu beach. Addri- 
II. Mcirris, fiineral DelU't'ry. 

YY^VNTeIT" FOR RENT— FOUR ANl^ 
' ' ri-riioni <'oltagcB or bungalows, un- 



furnlHlji'd. 
strtM,<t. 



Peinberton & So 



Ol-l Foit 



BOOM'S WANTED FOR,.XJ©l<BfiA,TES TO 
thii n.'V. I'hrlatlan Kilricavor Conven- 
tion.' hei-e August 10-1.1; BliiKb- iiiul diiublo 
rooms needed. Write giving iili parllculars 
and price to Rev. M. A. Carson/Drawer 071. 



YY/'ANTED TO RE.NT ON IVEA.VE FOR J. 2. 

»V (ir ;i ye.ai-8. clil<:kpn pr wmnll fruit 

rjvnch'. Apply Box 1G9 (.>>lonlBt. 



BOOM ^ AND BOARD. 



t:j'*urnished rooms and board— 

-L comforloble home;— best English cook- 
ing. 1621 Quadra strict, close to I'andoia 
Bircet car line; flye niliiutet' walk Irum 
(iovernment Btrect; phone \4\i'>. ■ 



T^ 



LET— liilRNISHBD ROO.MS AND 
boa'rd. Maplehur»U.,.-lillX:.ilUi.ncliaJ"<l.". 



HUMM£B HESOKTS 



IIEEf' DIVE. COWICUA^ BAY. BOARD 
J •' and rooma available for the salmon 
.fishing se.B«oti;' Apply *J^-J>l»ht«n^ ^ 

UE.NAVVSTA HOTEL. COWICHAN BAY 

under new management, good boating. 

bathing and fishing. Hotel~^.••P^I•Ke me-jis 

iralns at CowlcTlan station. For terms *pply 

T I.. Korre*t, Corfleld P.. O.. B. C. 



UCKLAND PARK. WEST PENDER ISL- 

and. Seaside aumhier resort, a few 

guests taken. Ratea 11.00 per day. W. 

Grimmer. , 



B 



ERRAVARAOH — E8QUIMALT ROAD, 
road, large garden, beautifully situat- 
ed, near sea. On car line. Tprros moder- 
ate. Phone L72«. 



D' 



V 



PRPPERTY FUR 8ALB 



$350 



' «) ■ 

j WlTJI 1200 CASH. 6-ROO.M 
ciiltage, new, 100 feel frohi 
car line; inoUern ; bath, toilet. electric 
light, etc.; parlor, dlnlngroom. kitchen, pan- 
try, two bcilrouniB, with c'lothcB closetB. Iiall, 
full sIzimI busi.inent. electric light flxlurcB, 
and neVv kllclien ran^e, all Included lir this 
price. 10 per cent- discount allowed from 
any rtmount paid over 1600, or wllh tZCu 
cnah and baliuico as rent If desired, Pera- 
berlon ii' .fon, 614 I-'ort st reel. 

J .-'OR HALE— -KOIR- HIM ).M- COTTAQl 
- with Binall atabli-. (Ill Rupert Btreat. flvu 
iiilnuteB to poBloirici- and Beacon lUll park, 
liinqulre 103a I'aklngWn strcej..., ; 



HOLLIES— 766 COURTNEY (LATB'RAE) 
Tel. LliJlti....^ BuaixL.&tid-4)Oa^;- tufnts 



moderate. .Miss Hall. 



/-■^ADBO 
\J nlsh 



BOR.O BAY — If&m»«- TO LET, FUR- 



m'orc, stx acres of land, low rent lo care- 
ful tenant. 237* CulonlaU 



rpo LET— FURNISHED CpTTAOB, ALSO 
X horse for sale, 82S Caledonia avenue. 



AFUHNLSHED HOUSE TO RENT, 
eight rooms, best reslde-.tl^lul district, 
vacant September I. Apply Stewart Ltind 



Co., 16. Board of Trade. 



me RENT-^THB 10-ROOM HOUSE FUR- 
X nished at 148lf Fort street, for' ■ six 
months or- one. year from Septembsf .IM- 

■Piione 24»(Qi,; .no small chlldrep. -=- ' 



rno RENT— BiaHT-ROO.M HOUSE; 
X garden, elite district; 130. 186 Co 



FINE 
lonlst 



rr\0 LEASE FOR LENGTH OF TIME. A 
X furnished six-room cottaSeTralL.modern 
conveniences. I'lear beach and car line. 
Apply 31 South Turner street, James Bay. 



rno RENT — THE 10-RUOM HOUSE FUR 
-L nishcd at 1485 Fort street, fbr six 
months or one year from September 1st. 
I'hone 2480; no small cliildren. 



HOUSE ro RENT— 171 Z X>EN.MAN ST. 
JO rooms with all modern convenienc- 
es, 'large garden with flowers and vege- 
tables, twenty-tour fruit trees, thirty dollars 
per month ur woUld lease for one yeor. Ap- 
illy .Victoria hotel. 



ryyo rent— furnished nine roomed 

X modern bi^iigalow with 26 ' acres ijf 
Iiind. barns,- ouihouscs. etc., also use— of cow 
fdr six months commencing tn Septembei^ at 
}2&. per month. The ,B. C Land and In- 
vestiuent Agency,' Ltd.' ' 



t^XENHURUT, 617 GOVERNJiIENa 

>0^ — BtreetT"r;lo80 parliament buildings, under 
new management, is place for home -«sTii- 
(orts also table board; sure satisfaction; 
worth .a trial. Phonu 2441. 



KOO.MS ANt^BOARD, TERMS MODER 
ate. Angel' Hutel. Langley street, op- 
posite court house. . ■ 



WANTED— AUhCELLANEOUS 



T>lANOFOR'rE PUPILS DESHtE,!* BV 
X lady teacher; uiau en«;ugein«nls Jn 
piano paying, accouipunimeiits, etc. Unik 

2;;7 Colonist. 



A'-t er, wishes to 



00 D HABITS, WIDOW- 



vouhg lady or widow, object iihotrimony; ajl 
tetters strictly^* confidential. Address Box 
171 Colonist. " 



WANTED — NEW LAID EGGS, S.MALL Olj; 
large quantity; will collect weekly and 
pa y cas h. U. L. Walker, Esqulmalt Road, 
city UiiVIts; phone R1627. — — — i^ 

YOUR 
card 
and I will call 011 you. I will be in Vic- 
toria oncu u month. Edw;in J. GaHoway, 
new and old buuK store, 782 Granville St., 
^'abcouver, 

__ 



IF YOU WISH TO DL^POSE OF 
law or theology books, drop me a 



WANTED— EXCAVATING,' VVELL 
ging and concrete work. 



der, 21 4U Third itreet . 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY HA.VDLED AT 
. current rates by the Victoria Transfer 
Co;, Phone I2tf< Office open night and day. 



TO LET— FURMSHED ROOMS. 



1 QnO STANUKV avenue, « PHONI 
XO\jV Him. Comtprtobly £upnt»h«d 
rooms; .tionrd optional;- ■ terms moderate; 
close in'; ul-,'uU-lc - Light and bath.' Mrs. 
-McAndreW. 



rno RENT— COMKOR-fABLK BEDROOM 
X' for gentlenis^ only. 1161 Yates street. 



."piGHT IN TOWi-Nr ONE BLOCK FRO.M 
XV city ha 



aU,_Jlno. large newly' furnlshnd 
triint rooms, single or double. »j.&o inunib 
up. Electric llglit., ba(h a,nd pb^nv,' 72U 
near Douglas. 



Fiaguard Street. 



rno LJfiT— COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 
X front rooms «;lth use of kitchen If re- 
qulred. .^JJ-'* Mi^^felKnll street. James Bay. . 



T^ 



LET— t:OM FORT ABLE ROOM IN 
English, home, overlooking park; board 

optional. Youlig English Indy or gentie- 

BBSPONSI^LB aiRL ■"«" preferred, 960 Heyworod avenue. , 

cars ^T two children. Box \rr\0 LET— FURNISHED. LARGE DOUBLE 

X . room with every convenience, 860 John- 
son street; phone' R806. 



Y\;'AwNTBD— TO 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

POULT«Y^^«?fa-THVK»TOCK 



W^ 



SEVEN . apATS FOR SALE CHEAP. 
Apply- I.V. Cooper; P. O. Box 16t City. 



RANTED — WOMAN TO CARE FOB 

baby and .do' light hAuseworK; would 

4lko her to go— to — KiwRloops— forj— wlnK^rr 

Apply ' 629 ' Andrew street, corner James, 

evenings; VIolorIa West. 



TERRIEH 
For prices 
Robert H. 



]?»OR SAlTfi— :.SJX AIRDALE 
-. . puppies; pedigreed stock. 
and further Information write 
Li.ach, Britannia Beach, B. C. 

rANTED— ;ABOUT_ 20 YOUNG PI08 
two or three months old; delivered 
In Victoria; lowest cash -jixiee. tO' F. C. 
Jones, French ('reek P.' O. -- — 



VV 



1,^OR HALE— BAY OlfiLDlNO, SMAtt. 4- 
- wheel .dog cort with rubber tires, and 
light 2-Whee4 carl. Apply <;apt Tooker, 
I 'ornnld', ■ if*f>«U,Off Ice. 



J.-^OR -SALE— IMPORTED ENGLISH RB- 
- ' triever dog I good pedigree), also Efig- 
llsh gun, best maker. Must sell, leaving 
the country , P. O. Box 940. 

RALE, HBAVnr AND 
ATipIJ' 1219 Cook. 



HORSES FOR 
1 



light. 



IilOH SALE— 8H-YEAH-OLD HORSE, 
buggy And harness In first class con- 
dition (chi-ap.) Apply ColylUs Boftd, cornier 
Phoenix street. 



I^ 



i>Oh SALE- 
rnglstered. 



OXFtjRD DOWN RAMS; 
,1. D. Reld. Metchosln. 



-X. (I,\l 



B:^ 



SAND A GRAVEL CO. — FOOT OF 
Johnson Ft. Tel. 1388. 'Vt'ashed and 
graded sand; gravel for concrete work. De- 
livered by team or ow scbws at Royal Bay. 



BlTOKTirA^D 



.STEAM DYE WORKS — THE LAR- 
pest dyeing nndcleanlri'g works- In the 
province. Country orders aniictted. Tel. 
^00. J. O ■ -H^jnfrcw. proprietor. , 

1~~»AUVH STEAM DTK WORKS — 318 FORT 
Btrect. Wo clean, prr-ss and repair 
ladles' "> and gentlemen's garments equal to 
n.w. Phona 624. 

ICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS, 844 

Fort Blroct; telephone '717. Ladles' 

and G(-fitle'mon'B garments cleaned or dyed. 

K t.ErTRICIANS' ft ELECT RIC SUPPLIES 

~ OOT & TUHON, - ELECTRICAL CfJNT 
tractors. Motor boats, gasoline engines. 
Phone A,-H46: 735 ,F,ort St. 



F 



TTXWRrrNS & HAYWOOD, 728 YATE8 
XX St., Electricians; all kinds nt Buppllfs 
cBfrfed, InstiillatlonB and repairs promptly 
ttttended to; prices moderate. I'hohe 648. 

* EMPLOYMENT BUREAU 



w 



NG ON, 1709 GOVT ST. PHONE 28, 



fiX-*»a AND »LAZINO 



TTiVEnV DESCRIPTION OF (?LAS3 — 
\jj Plati! — sheet, prlsnratlo. ornamental. 
Waded, etc. The Melrose Co,, l.td., 618 Fort 

Street , 



HARDWARE 



"TJRIOR. E. O. & CO. — HARD'tVARic AND 
.1 agricultural Iniplements. Corner of 
.' ..litis'in nnd fiovernment Sts. ^^ 

fpi I E TTl c"k MAN ' T*YE HARD-WARE CO.— 
X Ltd , Iron, steel, hardware, cutlery. 80 
end 34 Vales street, Victoria, B. C. 



Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



SHORTHAND SCHOOL— 1109 BROAD ST.. 
Victoria. Shortbond, Typewriting. 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy thoroughly ^taught. 
Graduates till good positions.. K, A. Mac- 
mlllan, principal. 

flCAVENOINO . ■ . . 



TT' LIN 
ru. de 



ES — YARDS 
nee 4 28 Cook St. 



CLEANED. ftBSI- 
Phone 1799. 



SCAVENGI.VG CO. OFFICE 
ornment stn • 1 I'lionS 662. 
Ashei and rubbish removf .1 



V VICTORIA 
1-S36 Gov* 



yyiNc 



1 119 GOVT ST. PHO.NE 23. 



STORAGE AND WAREM^I-'SINO 



RR. BYRN, 1302-4 WHARF jST., FOOT. 
• of YafTirTTmTTntKstoTr,— iTcr'nige.- 'n-(H^(?- 
houslng, manufacturer's agent and Bond 
No. 10. Phone 394. P. 0. Box 408. m2« 



STORAGE AND WAREHOUSING — 19.000 
feet of Poor space. Apply W. W. Dun- 
can. 686 Yates. P. O. Box 179. City. 



TEAS AND COKTEES 



PIONEER ^JFFBB & 8PICHJ MILLS, 
Ltd,, Pembroke 8j;reTf,"Vrctorl«il Tele- 
phone 697. — 7 ' 



TIMBER, I.ANDH, KTf!, 



G. 
P.O. Box r,«8 



/lAPT. G. J. DROWNRIGO. TIMBER 
yj lands, mining. Offlca Imperial hotel. 



UNDKRTAKINO AND KMBAt>MING 



B. 



C, FUNERAL FI,'RN[BHlNO_CO.. lODI 
Gov't St Tel. 2235, 2236 ,2237. 3238. 
2239. Prompt attention. Chfts, Haywnrd. 
Pres. ; A. Hnywardj Sec; F. Cnselton, Mgr. 



w. 



J. HA.NNA, tlNDERTAKKR -- PAR- 
lArn :'20 Vniei! Ki, f;rnrl\i«te U. S., 
L'oUege of I::mb»lmlng. I'ontrnfior lo H. M. 
i Nftvy, Of floe phone 498. Hea phone 6U. al 



SALE— GOOD FAMILY y.OW, 

(j^et and good -milker; six yeltrs old; 
price "41110. Enquire Sltrg. , WhItwelU 1083 

l!akln«lau.jlrcet. ,, : — _u._-- 



HORSES FOR HALE— T WO C ARJ„(JAl.>S- 
rif heavy 



vy work horses .lust arrived from 
east; also a few go.ort single drivers, > -F. A.' 
Thompson, sale barn, 662 B.artiard 'gtreet 
Vanrwuver. U. C; phone 6-4gi. 



YY'l'''- F.XCHANGH A GOOD A LL ROllHl) 
XV - ranch horsty- -for:::^- frgsl i 00 ^ -or TfiHl 
tr.V. 232 - Colonist- 



T.,'*OR SALE-ONE «OOD, QUIET BIRK 
X shire boar, "Vat,lcy Dick;" tWp. 



YVTANTED A W'AItHBSa APPLY 1>0- 
V V minion hotel. 

KEEP. HoUSk"^ FOR 
three melt Apply 1.127 North Park 
street, between the hoiirs of 6 and '8 p. .m. 

YY7-AN^TB^D— WOArAN~~fb^ SyPERIN'TENb 
VY cooking, small fatnlly; kitchen maid 
kspt; good home, 183, Colonist. 



Y\/ANTED— ASHISTANT NURSE FOU 
VV ; Kelnwna Cottage .Hospital, salai-y $30 
month.' ,State qualltlrailons. 'testimonials, 
experience and age. Apply, to secretary. 
Box 69. Kelowna. B, C. 



WANTED — A. NURSERY GOVERNESS 
Apply Mrs. X S. H. Matson. Mount. 



Adelaide, Esqulniialt, 
U a.m. and 1 p.m. 



between the hours of 



THIRTY MORE SEWING MACH(^NB Op- 
erators wanted, electric power ma- 
chines, eight hour day, union .wage's. Be- 
ginners taught. . Apply Turner Bectyn & Co., 
factory (iorner of Bastion and WiiarX streets 
Victofia. 



fANI'ED— DRESSMAKING APP&BNTI- 
ci-s.. Apply. Mra. Angus,' 3rd ''floor 
Spencrr's -i . . 



w 



71ANTED — DRESSM-iUtlNG APPRKNTl- 



VV 

spencer's 



SITUATIONS WANTED— MALB 



W ANTE D— BY YOUNG MAN, "GOOD 
ciduc4itlnn; position In geiiural store; 
previous t-xperlencB In N. \V. T. ; good 
references; country preferred. Apply 270 
Colonist. . 



YVANTWD BY BIJGLI8H.MAN. JOB ON 
VV fiirn'i; has had experience fh ' Ontarlp. 



280 Colonist 



o 



I TSIDE WORK WANTED Of ANY 
kind. SI! Douglas street. 



\»OU.VG SCOTSMAN, DIJ.-^IUE.S SI'J'UA- 
X tloh as coachman .with privdUj family; 
thoroughly — understonda—i '' '■-■•-- •• 

Black. 1220 LJuadra street. 



TO .A 



M.EllCiiA^PF% 
WIDI'3 C^>M 



M AND 
■WITH 

m'-rf !.ii .'kpn icn<'f, Isop^'n for engage- 
-ment; Hi years In BrlilBh .Columbia; smart 
lind "encrgette ;f:eau4tl---WK-^'r'';JjttM-t«ttr;«t.kia^^ 
or agenfy; commence duties at once; good 
refertmces. Box ^SS," Colonist. ' ' .; 



rj'^l.NB FURBISHED- ROOMS, 718, HUM- 
C bbldt street. ... 



TO LET— FURNISHED ROO.M. MODERN 
n&w house, breakfast If de.slr/^d. 321 
Michigan street, phone R2377. 



rr\0 LET— NICE SUNNY ROOMS, REA8- 
X onable rates. Uoi.et Canada, t318 Broad 
street I'bone L391. 



rno LET— LARGE COMFORTABLE BED- 
X sitting room, extra bcdropm If required, 
use, of kitchen, bath, electric lighl,^ quiet, 
pleasant house on caj line. Mrs,— Walker, 
city limits; Esqulmalt road. ' Phone. R1627. 



Ij^URNLSHBD ROOMS TO LET, 414 MBN.- 
■ ■ xles «»4i»t, — .Tan a m i rtut ss Xroini C.P.R. 
wharf. 



1>UBNI.SHEI> ROOMS. TO LET AT THE 
I'opiars on* -of tJ^e most "beautifully 
situated rooming houses In Victoria, ob cor- 
ner of Bellvfile and Government streets, fac- 
ing Empress hotel and Parliament Bulldlnga 
Fitted up with all modern' coayenlences 
Only one minute from either postoffico or 
C.P.R Docks. Large and sunny rooms, best 
of fare and terms' moderate. Telephone No. 
662. .Miss L. J; GrCen. Proprietress. 



lyKLL 

» » he 



FURNISHED ROOMS— ALSO 

ousckee'ping rooms to let. Electric 
light, bath, hot and cold. 813-817 Fort St. 



LIST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
us. Warburtdn, 4k Co., lOpH Giivern.ment 



BUSINESS CHANCES. 



I;^On SALE— THE GOODWILL 'AND 
contents of a 20-room board find lodg- 
Insr house, located wllkrln Ave .minutes of 
the post office; has a splfndid eonneotlon 
onij Is . alwgys fully occupied. A splindid 
opportunity for soriieone lo' enter this liin; 
of business at u. very reasonable Cos!. 
Apply B. C. Land A- Ilxxeslmenl Agl.'ncy. 



}AUH. KALE — MOST . SUCCESSFUL 

-' 'treatfnent for liquor and drug habits 
known; choice of Victoria or' Vanc<jiivcr; 
pieo'sa.tjt, profllabje, exclusive. beneficent. 
Thomas Smith, 486 2Sth avenue south, Se- 
attle, Wash. , ' 



.•JjnoH SALB-^A PA'i;iNq ROOM INC 
'11.' lioiise. Apply 521 SIJncoK street 



old, prici: t2:<, ,f. O, 
Island, 



'b. 'W. Grimmer,' Pendei:. 



W 'ANTED TO BXCMANGE-7-TRAINKD 
Irish' setter dog fpedlgrf'eV for sjiprT- 
Ing riflu In good condition ;, automatic pre.; 
ferred: Apply 214 CoUinlst' 

'T'OR SAT,,E-^-A 4-YKAR-OLD BAY OELD- 
ing, broken tr) saddle; make a splendid 
buggy horse, I'H hands; ,also n young Hnck- 
ney bar colt. IB— months; has a making of 
a vvryflno ahlmal. Apply B. H. Williams, 
Cobble Hill, Post Orrico, ' \ . \- . 

^XN'rED"~TO~~PURCHA8B-^A 8MA.Lr, 

pony suitable for cart; nHist be 

ch-rip. Bo x g(H Colonist ^ 

SALE — ENGlJbH 



•F' 



W 



TTTOR 

1. pies, Htv .n. 

Enquire on 

1~lvjHi~SALl. '. 
; quiet bny 
single or double, 
hell, neaiuncml P 



BETTER PUP- 
old; Lo"^'en property, 
• 'arroll. ■ 



i ,U GENERAL PURPOSE 
horse. Jtb.OUt 1160; work 
Apply after 6 p. m. Camp- 

. O. ■ ;• 



YT^OR RALE — SEVERAL FRESH 
1 . Apply Onklnnds toalry. 



COWS 



T.IOR .- SALE- LIGHT AND HEAVY 
X horfes, 4 find 5 years old, also a good 
pony. J- O' MeKny. Keating. P. O.. Saanlch 



/ TO BENT 



T 1ST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
JjI US. Warburlon &. Co., 1005 Govrrninent 
street. 

rnollENT OR FOB HALE— NICE FIVE 



One m»nutn from car. 
Adolalda strcc-t Apply 
842 



Lot 60x120. 
Owner. P.O. 



1,13 
Box 



I-^O LET— ROOMS AND OFFICE APPLY 
to 71,0 Fart street, near Dou^^Us St 



MAN AND WIFE, EXpEltrfilNCEnj IN; 
conducting roonjing and boarding 

house,' Nvant position tn City oC--«etHvtvy- 
Replv 181 f'olonist ^ 



BITUATTONS WA>ITEI>— re.«AI;»- 



RKHPKl"rABLI': MIlXfLE-AGlSD WO- 
miin wishes posUlifrt , as wojkltig 
housekeeper or general si-rvant. country 
preferred, Box a»3 t'tilonlst , 

ENGLISH GENTLEVNHLMAN DBSlREI 
post In school; • xcelliiht jnaiilci and 
(Jer.inan acquired abiond. 218 Colonist. 



51';,SPECTABLE SllDDLl'lAGEU WOMAN 
•wishes housework, washing or lioning, 
two or Ihroo halt days each waek,^ Apply 
Box 196, Colonist , 



T.-^ X P E R I ENC E D LADY .STBNOaSAPllSKIl 
Hi Wants position; foronoobs only. Apply 

Box 1 95 Colo nist. —' - — '■ 

' 4- 



\,VANTEU BY AN ELDERLY LADY,WH(! 
VV ; 'TS"T.(iffvIifS""shoriiy for Knglond,,. ,a 
traveling companion, tor , whoso services a 
consideration Is offered. Address repll.os to 
Box 122. i^olonlst. 



w 



ANTED— DAILY 
kind. Mrs. C, 



■WtMlK ' ■!' ANY' 
241! Superior .street. 



YOUNG K 
Billon e 
afternoon. 
Colonist 



ENGLISH LADY DESIRES FO- 
BS drilly jfovern^ss, morning or 
French and Spanish. ; l*f>x _ B4, 



AGENTS WANTED. 



TJOOMrtl'V ttOUSF. 43L_LADySMn'H. 12 
xSi rooms. Price 2500, three yean- letise, 
rent 220 per month . Room 2, 7I5'-YuU'S 

street. . "'"» ,1 



^PERI^JJIJJ. OPENaaNfiJEQbR. ^VJjOSlSHJJSL -^ 
^ di ltTr'''V h lneltf m Hh and W OOd w o Tn er,, 
newly built shov will be rented, to tlie right 
person. For f' ' .itlculnrs apply t* L 

O. Demcrs, C.» ik,,j;) e ll P ark- 



t)R^ SAiiB— 1 A I .-% UltY-AND H?rO^= 
SImcoo str«>et, block 29, lot 20 trie _. 
Priest $3,700.' Apply 1709 Oov 'Ursi : 



shape. 



1,08T AND VOVSti 



WATCH tJE'l'WBENf 

Gordon Mead -and boodacre's slauKhtt-r 

RiiTnif:. Hv.wan'l for returji to 42«' KlnKSttm 
Btrect. .-^. ' ■ , 



I OST— SILVER 
J 



.-J OST— RED <"rOCKER SPANIEL WITH 
XJ. a- little white In I'nce. Return or send 
information to A r'mstrong ,<. Hr i >l ,hi' r S|..— Ui 
Kingstan. LSijillatjje. rywnrd. ..„,^.__._^ ,- 



•T^OUND— reNOLlSH SETTER ^ 
X igr> naine on collar. Own. 



WITH OWN 

r. tfnity havo 
sumo hy paying expenses niid proving Jrrop^ 
erty. Apply Advertising Depafliiicni; C6T6 
nist office. ^ ■ , 



WANTED— To PURCHASE, OLD MA- 
"'bogaoiy fiirnlture, clocks, grandfatbiyr 
clocks, coinji, stamps, stc. A. A. Aaronsou, 

85 Johnson street 

;- 1 

WANTED-r-SCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
zinc, lead, cast iron, sacks and all 
kinds of bcUlea and rubber; highest cosh 
prices paid. Victoria JUnk Agency, ^620 
Store street I'hofie 1336. 



ajjl pr/Wi-— NEW 7-HOOM HOUSE, THREE 
tJpXjtJUU bedrciuiiiB. bathri>oin, llo«n 

closets, light, gan, full slied bascmen.t, b<-ain 
Ceilings, liurLai', J?l.aii' rails buUi In side- 
board with bevel plate mirrors; built-in 
bookcases, beside the lire place; very well 
laid out.a^td splundid finish throughout; half 
block from cars. Pemberion &. Son, 614 
Fort street. "' 



flg-liy- MONTHLY" laAKES PAY.VIKNTS pN 
wXV a $200 honu-Blte In PaTrKaale. of 565 
lots In the Bubdlvlslun; only irij refUaln Jlh- 
aold; one wliol.- block has beerv re-sold at 
221'D to J2B0 each. .Many at $300 each. Re- 
maining lots are high nod dry. New block 
at »a,pO. Peraberton & Son, illFurt street 



u^.;,- <, A.sii !SK<.:URES a lot in- park - 

W'— tJ dale, balance of 1175. payable %Hi 
monthly. Thcso lots are under cultlvalloti 
and overlook city. -Many of these lots have 
sold . .for ISOtf each. Pemberion & son, 
614 Fort street • 



-\-il\ ACRES, SALT SPIUNO ISLAND; NO 
"•--•J:! reasonable offer refused; deep 
waterfront; wtll sheltered; seven acres 
cleared; small orchard; good garden; six- 
room, house, barn, stable, chicken houses 
C. C. Pemberion, 707 *» Yates street 



-10M0X— ABOUT 91 



ACRES 'VyiTlI 





acres cleared; aU good soil; good fishing; 
five minnxes walk from schooIV^^^hurch, post- 
office, etc.; close to Comox harbor; right- of- 
way through property sold to E. & N Ry 
Price IllO per acre; easy terms. See Mar- 
rlott & Fellows, 619 T rounce avenue. 

pOR .SALB---LOT AND 3RICK WAr'E- 
-»- house, full stono basement, oil iower 
Johnson street, backs on E, & N deoot 
P'-l'-e »25,poo. Apply Box 245 Colonist 



MOSS STREET— N!-:W d-ROt^M HOU.sE. 

_ lot 60x120, tS.250; »600 cueb, .balance 

»2o per iiiuuth; no agents. Apply M H 

Colonist " ■ ' 



HEADyUARTERS FOR FORT GEORGE 
i,.'.vnvili,. 'Child <& Co., Room 9, 707^*,^ 
Tttte>< ■■ '~ -..-,— -_ : — ^'?.t 



ANTIQUE JEWELERY. DIA.MOS-DS, EN- 
gravlngs and pictures bought and sold. 
Mrs. A. A. Aaronson, 86 Johniton street 



T 



- MMCKLXAyB i Otia. ■ 



w\ 



UUa — AXD-. PLANTS— NOW IS THE 



ime to order biilbs if. you wish your 
garden lu bo beaulllui In the ear 
snowdrops, crocus, tulips,. daffodllSj lilies 
hyacinths, t'tc. Dutch, Japaueso and .local 
seed. Send I^ C. fur*. particulars fb T. E- 
Woolstone, 3eacb House, Cadboro Bay, , or 
P. O. TJox 1U29. 



AW<i.VIAN'S exchange; for THE 
disposal of needlework; handicraft 
.iilii eviry branct) of wo)tian a wouk will bo 
held In thi!r';woman'B -Ijulldlng at th«^ fad 
fair.' Ladles ' Intrresled may obtain lulle'r 
particulars- on application 10 Mrs. A- E. 
Richards, Roy W -Oak, P. O. 



VTt/K HAVE THE ONLY ELECTRICAL 
VV key-Mupllcalliig . itiachinc In Vic- 
toria for Yale anil po8toffit:e keys, ;jusuring 
a perirect Qt aljnays. U." M. Wilson, 614- 
Cormolrant, 



i.;.D ACRE FOR, 27S0. THREE 
blocks from car; 'car will probably pasB 
wuhin 12 months; easy terms. Pemberion 
& Son, 614 Fort street 



(»-| A PER MQNTrt MAKES PAYMENTS 
«|P-LV/ on a horneslte In Parkdale; cleared 
and under cultivation; overlooks city. 
Prion $200; Pemberion & Son. 614 Fort 



1.,^OR SALE— LINDEN AVENUE, COR- 
ner of May street, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, ( and 
6, on car 'line. Prices $1,200 to -$1,300 
each. Owner, Box 342 Colonist 



I.-^OR SALE— LARGE LOT ON FIFTH 
Street, 'Just off Topaz avenue; $500; $>6o 



cash, . balance ^ $160 per year. 
28,' (^olonlst 



Owner, Box 



piOUSALK, QUADRA STREET, OPPOS- 
Ite North Ward' park, well built six- 
room house, 43^0^0; $£0U cash, balaiice )2S 
per month. WBy psiy rent 7 Owner, Box 
29 Colonist , 



frrVPEH CENT ON INVESTMENT IN 10 
%J\f dayt has been made by- , Parkdale 



purchasers. Lots half mile further out 
have sold for $350. Parkdale lots under 
cultivation with &d-foot frontage cost $200 
each;, payable vyith $26 cash and $10 .per 
mont 



,ch;. payable With $26 cash and $10 .per 
ontjl. Pemberton & Son. 614 Fort Street 



1200 



AND, $10 ;PBR 
a lot In Park-, 



rno SPEAK FRES'CH OR GteR-MAN IN 
X three months;' Improvemeii't on Berlitz 
method. Trial lesson free, 1309 Stanley 
avenue, phone R16il. 

-^°v? ^— , ■— ■ ' - — ^ '- 

fcJTAMPJ^a FOR FA.VOY WORK ON 
) you.- ownr mate'la".' Ordeis taken vt 
M s. rorner. 817 Fort Uteit. 



VIOLl.V, FLUTE AND HARP-^MR. DA.N 
Grfen (Late Sergt. Soloist and teach- 
er. Roya.1 Artillerji btring Band) and Lon- 
don concerts, etc. Desires pupils. 1U6;> 
Klchmuud avenue. 



MRS. H. E. BAKER, TEACHER OF ELO- 
cutioo- and .'expression,- I202 Vancouver- 



Btrue*- 



INTEfeNATlONAL. gAlJ ' LO YMB NT AGEN- 
cy. %ni. WaVne, manager, 79, AlexandFT 
Street Vancouver, B.C., Phone 6486. ' If you 
iM'cd good re-llable help you m-ust get them 
from a .reliable man whose reputation will, 
bear strict Invesclgatlon. 



REMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
Co., Ltd., have removed their farm im- 



plements, bugglesr wagons, etc., to 
Johnson sii'eei, east of Douglas street. 



:33 



STUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOL^ RB- 
qulred for land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices .aud^^iirJus apply The Du- 
crest Stump Puller and Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnsiue road, Victoria B. C. 



REMOVAL NOTICE.— TllOMAS CATTKB- 
all,' bulltltr and general contractor, bas 
removed 10 sUi Fori sirnst, abovs guad'ra. 

'r«i. »2u. . 



GREEN HOTU8E8— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long laddera, stepr, meat aatc, dog 
bouses In stock and made to order. Jones, 
Capital Cark>cnter' and- Jobbing Factory. 1003 
Vsincouvsr. and Yates strsat. 



FOR 8AI,B— MISCEXUmnCOVS 



TpOR SALE— A Kl.MDALL SPIDL R ]rH \K- 
-t- .ton, heavy flnd iiiaile lu order; will 
last a lifetime,' will make a low priiM*. tii.e 
J. S, Elliutt, 1IR Ploneei- llldg., Seoi'.le, 



-|^«^R t>A-L«— -A «|l»W*'im+(,-- kiTANBAIfO 
X . glip pnnel hooi, Vlouiri.i, nwiil o)ity twrn 
months; latest, tlesi^n ; ;«irfeot " Ai>,)Oint- 
mi'nta; lined with hcuvr n'He '.-oior I.Jrodd'' 

Sloth; pol"' and shafisf » Tianraltr.- -^Adtlress 
. ivJilllol-t, - 415 Ploneei' JUdw . S<>44Uif,; 



I.10K BALlfl" -i snrvVT^Jcr'"^'HAuiirNE- 
. wa^on. Inquire 1214 "iTroail SlleVtf 



SALE— MOTOR LAUNCH, ,THB 
"18 fc<>t loitKi al most ' flow ; 
condition, Ap^ ty cSretaker, 




-TtTlOR SALE—LADY'S . BICYCLE, USlim 
X few TJoys only. Aijply Stnndar& Sta^ 
tlohery. ' . ' ... ' 



1^ 



7IOR SALE— THREE BrtifiD BICYOLIil 

Apply .238 Colonist 



if^OR S-VLE— LIGHT 4-WHBEV -WAGON, 
I : ..,$»0..- ■ At>piy 41: Ontario tussL^^-l-j^-^ 



-*BOPKftTT ' W ANTED 



T>RQPERTY 'WANTRI.' -SPOT, CASH 

JL .for a Urge ob two small lots; would 
prefer nico .trees on suinr'; willing to nay 
front $300 to $600 accord InK to loinllon. 
Owners only apply. Bo.\ 2«s CoIoiiIbi. — 



WITH $26 CASH 
month will buy 
dale. -'VhlS subdivision is only 3 V blocks 
from cars .and the"re\ is a good prospect of 
cars passing' ; the subdivision. We .will 

•drive you out to see the lots at your <;on- 

venlence. Pembertori & -Son, 614 Fort 



Ii>OR SALE- NEW 4-ROOM BUNGALOW; 
cement foundation; flno basement; situ- 
ated on one of Otoe best lots on Shclbiourn'N 
off Edmonton road, near Haultalii, $1,400, 
^n easy terms. This Is the cheapest buy In 
Victoria. See it Apply Owner, 
B. street, Bismarck, Wash. - — - 



6301 East 



S.V.^VP- LOT, MICHIGAN STREEt, 40x120 
. , feet; high; 



buildings. 
Colonist. 



$850; 



car line; near Government 
rms. Ownier, Box- 164, 



J- 



prfrpr LOTS in parkdale. all but 

000 10 of the original lots ara sold 
Th e r e m a4TM<tg lots are high ^nd dry ond 
under Cultivation. Price $200 with $;!,) 
casTT and JIO month. Pemberton di Soh. 
614 Fort street .," 



t^OO n LaS O FOR SALE— FIFTY MILES 
ViT from Victoria oh E. & N. Railway easy 
lo clear, close to good market 'closj to. 
school and churches. •w:ill cut up to suit 
purchaser from ten acres up, land adjoining 

held livk'e the price I am" asking. Al».3 

good sev>!hty-fivn acre farm, as a going- 
concerns, can show flfl«-Mi— tH'i---c^nt ' on 
money invested- If VO" mean business 
wt-ite for particulars. No agen ts need a ppiy. 
Box 953 Colonist, ^ 



FOR SALE— SMALL .\CRBAGE OVER- 
looklng Cowlchan Bay. opposite hotel. 
A splendid location for fishing and shooting 
box. Ea¥y terms. Ftn-' price and particu- 
lars. l'.«0. Box 7«6. . 

READ THIS— FOR , SALE OFF ' THE 
Burnsldo road, close to Porlaga inlet 
nnd proposed line. 17 (teres at $200, a snap.. 
HoljTies Burnslde ■ greenhouses, btrawberry 
Vale. P.O. • ' . 

SMALL FARM— SOUTH BAANICH. 8V4 
miles from Victoria on main road. 2$ 
acres, pretty six roomed bungalow,, recently 
painted Insl'de S^nd out spring water on 
house, barns, stables, five rhIcKen houses, 
too fruit trees, 1.000 strawberries, kitchen, 
garden, all small fruits, about six aprjs in 
oats and peas and seeded down to clorer 
and grass. 60 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
bators, brooders.' good family cow and a 
quantiiy of .foi'tn implemeiita. A genulno 
golltK coltcerh. $2,000 takes (mmedlate pos- 
sesalon.- Prlcft $7,000, 10 years to, pay 
balance.. Apply J. K. Colonist off loo. 



tbs 



BEAX; XSTAT* 



D. MclNTOSH 



Ri-al Kstalo and linanclal Agent. 
Habon Uldg., Oovernment Street, Victoria 
I ■ ■ U. C. IcleplHto*' i7'4l>. 

A LL MODERN. fl-ROOM HOUSa ON 
£%. --jt)hn' gtreot, lot «7 teet 
$,'),5'00T^«*m•. 



CJEMI MODERN 



8-ROOM 
Third street, onl y $1,850; 

ttaC^lTM, »«76 EACH. 



HOUSE 
terms. . 



ON 



TWO LO'l'S Ct/OSB TO COOK STREET, 
' $160 .Mch 



LOST— LADY'S tJOLD WATCl-t AtTACH- 
ed lo gold brooclt;" drill ' hall tp Oalt 
Bay car. .between 3 afid 8 p. m. Return ,to 
.Mrs. Hibberson, "RV<lal," Nor^h Hampsliire 
ronci; Oak Bay. Rcwqrd. . , 

I"~~0!vi'-A)N 
J ,in . drill 

«p. ,■!=,, 'L.u f, 
l^ 1.11 I, 

8tRtlohcr\ 



WEDNESDAY AFTRRNtX)N 
liftll or elsewhere, jialr gold 

MliiL' I'iine i'57 Colonist 



i;a BELT BUCKLE 

". •...-.- i„ Ktiindord 



YY^ANT-ED— INSURANITFT" AGENTS WHO 
VV, i-an control plato glass 7lskH In Vlcloila ,,nr|intnent 



L 



or In Ihe province of Ilrilish ('olul/ibln,_ to 
reprcgcnl an uii-lo-d«|.' pliile ^IliBB InSlir- 
nnce company. Apply -with !'efpr«nerta. also 
sUiHng approxlmnie ffmount of premiums 
expecird :" good cuinnilsslon to right paiti. 
I'r.intnerrial I'liitr' ctlnss .\i«s-.jran".; Com- 
pany, Head UOtee, Montreal, CMiada. 



relurTiIng sniii.- 

liuUdlnrfi. 



to 

'CU! 



ANYONE 
Lawrence, 

I ■n-nnlin!.' 



L'^^ 



JHT - N 
Vlow 
ment strei 



. . •• . ,|';n 

rn- 

Slreel. 



' i 8644 (jTf 
dra slfeet. bluek and white oolUe pup. 



T OST OR 



\\>ANTBO 
V V SprInK 



T/:v— P-URCHASE. ON' HAI/r 
fslnnd. a few acres of good 
U-liri'd land .with small modern' hpuse. irar- 
den and Trult trees; sefttrontago preferred 

..».._. 1..- »....4nWn-«A .Jill |-*n1n'Wltt* 



11«> 



HEWLINGS & CO 

Broad Straet 



12,000 



i'bone n 



-COnNER LOT, OAK BAT Dis- 
trict, 120x100 feet, ($600 cash.i„ 



must bn jnodepwlo.- 21.8 Colonist. 



\7irANTED-FOUR TO li'lVK ACRES OF 
VV bush laiid;"inust ba cheap; neighbor- 
hood, of Gordon Head or C^ordova Bay. 
Ilarman *. Apptnlon, B.34 Tat*s street. .^^ 



\XrANTED ACRBAtlB — HPV8B AND 
VV lot or two vacant lots on frasy turms: 

Box 20. Colonist' 



WANTKO— TO RXCHANOr 26 ACRH3 

Improved Haainoh proporty tor Vlitorla 

property. Phono R2319, 1020 Hulton St, 
Oak Ba-y, 



'VETERINARY KCllOOLS 



VETERINARY COL- 

•Ittgo. ..Cfl.tflJ,9g;tt(!l.,„,.mfti.!£tl free. Dr. 

I Kcane, 1818 Market strsat, 



SAN FRANCISCO 




FOR TWO CORNER LOTS ON 

!»r ___^ 

l^OR HOUSJS AND IVi ACRE?" 
VIntorlft Arm (PpVtfcgo Ihlot); 
good view; good 'WeTT'trt water^ 



si,5oo™rri^r 

i3'.ooo 



^(.T'TNciV HI'iAD .ROAD- 
T 



L 

M" t.l,\ i ltK.,\ 
J;2.8n» 



-28 ACRES. $7 Of 



^'RT. H0U8BI, AHD I-Ot 



$4,500 

culMvatrd 



:_ s A A N H • I i' DISTRKPT, FCIR iT 
.acres. .with' small' -ho-uso, Tiftrtly 



-lY^/lACRES, 8PROAT LAKE. 40 CHAtNl^ 
XUV/ waterfron' «'''' "• ' "•■"• 



/--tlTY PROPER 



oti Douglas. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



^-'■^<^-i»*-'iii^iilift!$a»fm'^i-i<t9^^ -,ls%;'jrrie!rW>iWr('.i^!*"<^'**"*T-*''^'''™^ »•--■« ; 









7 



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7 



Saturday, August 13, 1910 



VICTORIA t)AILY COLONIST 



17 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



Itmt, ftftTAfB-MC***.) 



ly. 



C, H. RICHARDSON 

S15 Fori Sircet, Houm I, Ipstnlii 

BRNWGOD ROAD_SIX-IU)OM HOfSK. 
|&ttX).casb. balani'i' as rcril at 7 prv Of-nt 



7 p*r oent. 



'400 onsh. baiiinoo J50 jtiontiT- 



DOI.'Cjr>AS STRKKT , 111' NCA LOW", Six- 
room », Ihm-quHrtor (i'~nT IT.—ttf:*'** ""-nutH- 
tSOO. bttlanc" 6. 18 inontli-s at 7 prr I'i'iit. 

If^DWA RD STRKKT,. Vfi-TORIA WES;r. 
■^ two iiorcy hnuse, ♦8,000; cailh ♦flOO, ba>- 
ftnrw to null, \ 

I:^'^airfie;.d estate, near tar i.ini: 
— -Ollv^ »trf»'i. four Inis ciieh 60x1-0, 
ITOO fachj cash $100 at $10 month. 

~ JKT LOTS XEAR DaT. 
loss stii^ft. eanli lot Is 
E4xlS5. Price $4,400: a^•erasl> SJ50 each. 



BRITISH AMERICAN^ TRUST 

(O.Ml-.V.Ni, l/J'U. 
CoriHT llruuU anil View Sliirln. 

Xv\Tfn^Tm;D"''~K3TAT E-^O I ' B L, JS I 
J- ii.r .oiiV mr llnr"; Jl.DOO, on t.rnii 



two years. 



.Cijil- 
ovei- 



ij. good - buy HI ,?:t.n,'iO:* vK«.v tncms. . 



ttimq 



>ai 



\ BLOCK OF F.TOH 
las mart, on Mr 



•PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

ttr«l Estalr, Tiinbar nnd Intiiriinc <■ .i:: 
Broad St. rintvne To'*: 



of dhectoj'^ Qji vvhkii the coiupan.v and 
llK omiiloyt'eM Will liave i'^imI i>'pi-paent,ii- 
■rfanv. The asset." anit llahnitlew of tho 

rilil »ocii'lle« imv«! .t^eeii taken over by ■r,^ . __ ... 

a nfiw, aoftU-t.v, and the coat i;oiiipajijc-.Jiaa4--—,-'-^Q'-}^^'^ ^^''" 
(IcpoHli.etl a .suin t'tiUHi to the nccumu- 
IhIikI .surpluses of the furtner hraiiche.s 
loiht' crtHtlt of the new society. , It lis 
ixpooted that t-\*'fTy employee of • the 
company will cvermially become a niein- 
ber' .of the Beneirr~"st)(:iety. for wlilcti 
riiay safely bf proiiii '.■i\'i ami 

useful life. In ojieti: ejlrigs 

of the Ilrnt nrn'tlns Ot tf ■ l liOard 

pf,.AllriXtoxa.IikL_lUft.i:j.l'-i\' ty- , A^lr. 



iirj 



LEE AND ERASER 

(Iral Cstule iiiiil luMuiinrc Vt'iilH. 



TitTHEf^S .STREET — FO'i;il_LAl;>.)'. i...;.- 
J' for »alf. laclT 50»120. botwtin LolRliton 
Fort Blrpcts, for $400 i.arh 



Rl 
on L'.lny 



$4500 



ril'.i'UASE 
moili'rn tioiis 



$1200 



t).NI.V, POK TWO GOOD LOTS 

on Mull' ' • '• • "■ 



i^^lJlfXJ luge. f|..»,. 



"1.1 M."*iin 



•IB J ( W W \— W II.I,. Bi: V TV-J^ LOTS 
•iPJi^-'^'V/ Kinffston. street, 'a good buy. 



ON 



.I!52p0 



ONI.Y_FOR. A SKVBN " ROOM- 

id bungalow on M^nzlcs street, 
II in rv.'ry rc-evct. 



HiAJKSOW SrODALL 



& SOIM 



Bo» 1/7 Ntw Grand Tfc»atr« BuildlO*. 
Tol. li6S(. ' 



-j 1 q ACRES WITH NICE WATERFRONT- — 
•^-^'■' Saanlrh Arn\. neiw^JUUt,. Baj', 148=^ 



r«r acrr. 



X'lCE LOT. DALLAS ROAD, 63ii20; prtco 
-^' $1.3^5; term*' to •uU purohasfeft 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

J"""- ; • '.'. 'a Vuieji; -Siriet 

•T,-'.\cn A\,;i: A I'ROPoiltlON THAT, 
-* -' sli.iulcl, tnt.-rrst if|u. if >tJla xxouM tllcc 
■ a> r. s lust outside cit.v. umlri- pirfcvt 
• uftlvntlon ^inri •Alth -housi-. shnuiflnry and 
iijk triiB. thfn tills Is your uppovtuntty. 
lu lan i.iiv- It or you c-«ii i'Sichantti) your 
h.nis.-- Idas. Ini for this pri»i)trty-. 



81500- 



-FOR A LOT WELL SitUwKXKD 
on Harbinger avenue. ■ 



{ SCOTTlSh HEALTY CO. 

Koom I, Challaner 

. •«ti..:biui.lb 



Block.. Tatps 



m. •^''^s^s' ' half talis 
4.-1* nanuy bVach; all 

bVcn losKiil :ii,d :;• .i .ir ■ v 
^ilJUltl • 

Kw h! 



tiiK> l:»nd: 



lln.' 
has 
iich. 



T5 



A' 



.■(■-iVinn) ii'iiiM.; lii 

.- - l)tnii;si T-"prrrprfTy ; 
lin^. l.frrtoni larul. 



ACRE.s 

\vll! I- . 



Ct t.T'VATEU. 

! ^r. t-ons ii.ij , 

runs 

• ri>»-»H 



QA ACRB.S, 8 Acnu.s t•l;LTn^\Tl3B; 40 
ov spt-<B gcreir rn>:^>r. 4.4fi4 i*^ *^^^^ 
black loam, B-jn.^^iiint, fearsv — chKH^'ti 
l:o\iti- nniCt AIiei: buLillip*; wfjl (cnt:vi\. W 
tto.Ma. >la*K«d. >>ric-? ^i.^-JH*; tiBTftiMT eiyniU. 



I»lvtanj|.l-l8S;i 



\\ Have iiEVlCUAL EXCH.VJJSI? I'GR^ XK^'K-ROOH VQVSB. MODKhSc; VIVK 

'\ oBlHons (lu.jkilv BiWaa. fcir titv ^^ mtpuU« fronj cs*,; tf<vtt»r<.lsJ,thB t>fun 



•V'APOLKUN KNEW HIS OPl'OR'I 
-»-^ ilfs. H.-^ had thr K<~nlut for.laklni! 



trrNi- 

18 . ad- 
van laKo of thrin. W ' ji h avf iiint acriB, thcff 
lullis oui fur »4.0UK, Ttlvrt? aro .iail kIncU 
.< 1 snaps bul thia la.THE SNA!?. 



CITY BROKERAGE 

1- 15 Dougius- ^t.. ui)i»f^!i. .Merchants Bank 

■'>"^ 1 on bi;y.s.good 5-r,6o.m (.-ottaoe 

,'j— .j.JV/w tlosf- to car; excellent jfartltn. 



Wie^TICE 



nnri Sief 1 .contpBnies, saiil fffirt' itp|>a,rvnt- 
ly lilt' 1 ("la I Ions hct«;t'i.-n t hi> ■ i-niploy.ees 
of Ihr ciial ronipan.v ;in.| tl:.' inwiiaB^i- 
iMciii wen; (Mitcrliig upon a iif« ami in-t- 



n''U" I 



MEMKfe C?ANM>1AN TONING 

3Lp MECALlSl- NOBTn.ff N&- 
LAND IHJTlTUTr-'MlNfKer 
,, r 1^0,1 N£-rR5 I904 

The Moreaby ^laland Miii«a, Xitd. 

Vory siitLsfaciory le.siill.s iiro aticml- 

Ing the VIevC'lopiricnt'of tlie Lockle ^ronp 

<r( elalrtis WM-Aloicshy (.sland, which has 

heo;i ac'iulired by the Moftishy IsIhoU 

.Minc'H, ■l.,itd. There are at present .seven 

Mu-t of fine oro In tho tiintiel, with no 

.-isii, yet of the hanging wall. A -sltip- 

m«pt of alx t'fl.cks of this ore was i JJulhir, Uie sanfrnl 'iinn-iK'i" i^' the.Ciial' 

brought-dowii tOrV*H4M)uvw early In the 

present njbntlT," aiid is On exiiibltloh l.u 

Iho window of the office of tht; com- 
pany's .fiscal, agont, Mr, tJeo. p. Scott, at 

■CiK Granville Street. ^O'hls ore carries 

N-alues of- liti per cotU. copper and $«.)« 

Ill gold, accordlns?. to asKays- tnnde hy .1. 
jJSuin y,an.-- .F. C. ■«.", tli«-. -well-knowu 

Vancouver assayer. and there' an- at 

lucaent ■thlitr' tuns .C it on the dninp- 

ilt -the mini', lemlv i. i .shipment to iii • 
'unM-Hef. - l-)pvelopnii»nt \vork on thi( 
4JrA»Jl.ysliiK:j>J:t«jifr£tiL^ti_Ji5ITijf;4iUi?li.cd with 

all jiusslble (MieiKv. and the liifjli qniillty 
..of Its oic, coiiphd wUh the fact that 

It.s lip.-sl Of treutitii.'nt, iiicludinj; shii)pinK: 

charBes, only atnottnt.s to t'-i' per ton, 

gives nn nssuninc f high |M-iirilv>, 

The Colliery Belief Soqlelle». 
The new scale of contributions and 
relief \vhlch reRU]tea /rom the consoU- 
datloii of ttr.' CoUteiy Rv-nif societies 
of the Dominion • Coal ooinpnny, cnnio 
into effect on- the ist of Juiy .and dedji<:r_ 
ilohs are, now being tnade on lite new 
bii.sls. The reHef payable to inemher.s 
Is excecdlnRly liberal ami should prove 
adequate to ta,ke care of all.:ordlnttiy 
cases of sfckness and accident. Th<^ 
members' monthly contrlhutioii^ Is llfiy 
cewt»,~BTfd-the coal coniiSany will con- 
tribute equally wlih-its em^foyeeB. The 
weekly benefit for disability «a«sed try 
Hicluiess^ or Bcritigiii 1 » six, dollars. In 
the cas^ of deatli an ImmniTnte benefit 
~«-f one hundred Joilars is puyablo, and 
(1» -widow will receive eight dollars per 
month for five years, with three dollars 
jjer-flKintli for each child Untlj the age- 
of fourteen yeara;. Thm« the widow of 
m niember hftvlhgr f'our chTldren ■wmijd 
receive an Income of twenty donarti per 
itionth for at least five,, yeara. In addi- 
tion to the dea.tl) claim of one hundrml 
dollarsr iToVlaion, is made for' apedal 



tl r era, and he forecaated foi il 

Hooioty- tliat ' It wjjuld provi' 

factor 111 promollnK harnio i li- 

tionm bel" • - ' ma'nagemont ami tin i: 

eniployi'i 

Bitter Creek Rartlixm. 

. 'I'll.' ■ Loiuloii .JJ.ill.v-.. Mall-.. liijLmuiji.s a 
Ictter-from the well known mi'lalliiiKlat, 
W. l«iKcelks-;i^c«H, which vvill he read 
with InlercHt, the attention of thn ^nylit 



CITY OF VICTORIA 

A complete list of Local Improvement Worka^-aiithorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
_. posted on the Bulletin Board eit the main entrance to the City Hall. 



TO IRDN TOUNDRY MEN 



..■ rcct'iveu u>i" 
Cast Iron Castings, For ih'c 
balance of the year or until a new 
co-ntract i.s entered iiiln liy the in 
coming' conncil.' 

For the \arious kiiuts o! (.."astint!' 
nicntiniu-(l ill the specifications, 
wliich can bo seen at the offi.rc*"tit 
the nndersiq-jied, to ulKim tenders 
iiui-i lie (lt.'li\ ereij np \i> .] ii.ni. on 
Monday, .An.gU'-i 15, niio. 

The lowest (i|- .-niy tender not 
iin r-.,iri| \- ,uee|iled. 

W .M. W \' )UTj|C( >TT ■ 

I'lirchasing .'\gen.L_ 



4- 



.XOTtC'E irt, hereby given that the He. 
ser\e existing on crown IuikJ.s In the 
vlt'hilly of Balilne Lako, and sUuaie in 
CuMBiai iJi.-ilrici, notice ofy wiiich bi-ar- 
Inx daio .Juno '30(h. 18US, waa- pub- 
ItsUed in the Urlllsii Cului'nbia '(".aiiclle, 
dated July 2ikI. I'.tu.S, Is ^•iuii.'ulUul. 
FtCHICnT A. lUJ.N'WlClC. 
Peputy C'oiiuiilMsiumT of Lands. 

Lands Departinonl,, Victoria, U. C, 
Junw, 16th, 1910. 



S; LOTT 

* BSarU of Trade Bid*. ]^BB»ttmo . nienjbers aufferlns the loiS^ 
of eyes ot* . Ilmb». Kach Iwcal bjunch' 
win hinnaKe ilftljiafn affairs, but all 
fund« will be deposited In a, centi-Hl 
ti'easurji'; The general "if fair* of the 



liavInK been drawn , to Stewart by the 
piibLlshcd ac<'ouhtH of-<H«coverJes of 

<■'■■'■ ■■■■•■\ .1. ".■^if,s there.. JMr, Lascelles- 



■ """ ■ *i"ii;" 



.\ .il i.^.. .. .ars Hfeo i^n, American 
Kentlemaar-on a short visit to fhis coun- 
try handetl me various sanipieeTof rocks 
and eiirtliM wl.icli he wl.*hod me to ex- 
amine 'for gol''. «"vnr. or- other , met- 
als. " Tliey had all. h« said, b«en *ie- 
ii-ctod'hy himself in Canada within a 
am. ill radius of .Stewart, mostly at or 
near Hither Creek. The inajorliy of t)Ve 
Bpocliricnia prov<?d of little or nt.» Inter-. 
e.st, bill four -«ave more proml«iftK in- 
dlcairohs, line being a_fnirlx rich K'oW 
quartz' ami two jolliers yle l d loR traces 
of that—metal an d of siK'rj;.. . 

Tiie "n^arnr'spwrttftcTi was nieTonf 
wliich attracted ine mo8.t. Although but 
the nieivN' ••■^■-■- of the "noble" fnetn'- 
wis prt > ' tUn,' 1 found 4t to 

possessed ..t .. i\ powerful radlo-'acti > ■ 
properUea and botii an electrometer and 
u p la tino-cya tilde, — fhiorespent "aereen" 
save evidence of . tl>ls fact In a manner 
not surpassed by tiiose of the beet AUa- 
trlan and C'ornls'li speclmenB. 

It would he interwsti'ng Jo, itnow If 
any nilnernl samples from, the roiflon 
referred to tiave aliown simila]; ^oharac? 
terlstics do careful ob.scrver|i). AlUiouKh 
the srentleman in quest Ion said that ho 
__wouJd probably coniniiiDlcate with me 
later when he re'Vlsltcd Stewart, 1 ha^ ■ 
not as yet~h««ra frorn i^lm oealo. 1 

I ■ ■ , . Ikhm II ' l iiii K i ' ri 



Companlea Wlndlngf, tjp 

NOTICE 



Let, 1898. 



I'lfinl mccllns pursnaiil to .Seclhin -19 
to lie held at th« office of .1, <J, KlUott 
on> tl>e Z8rd »day- of Aujfliet- air t+ie hfttfr 
of" 3 p. ^m. tp receive nport and pass 
account of Liquidator of the siuart 
Uobertson CompanyrLImlted. 

r ' A. ^TL'ART. R.OBKHTSDN','^ - 1 

Liquidator. - 
i>ated at Vlctoi .i n c, ii,ijj vjgj jj^y 
of July, 1910. 




CAnCCLLATXUN Or KilttEaLVSL 



NOTICE »8 hereby given that tha Un- 
serve existing in crown lands In the 
vicinity of Babine Lake, situate In 
Range 5; Cost DJsirici, notice of which 
was publlslied in the British Columbia 
GaEette, dated iJecember 17th, li»08, is 
died in so far as said reserve r«- 
s to lots numbered 1511), 151S, I'oi'i, 
i--«, 1815, laJO. 1507. 1&U6. loOOA. J oU3, 
XSOl.' 1502, lfil2. 1511, luOS, 1504. 1513, 
1614. 360S», 1608, la^lO, 1527, 1528. i52!J 
1631. 1682. 1533, 1531, 1535. 1637. 153S, 
1639. 1688. 1540. 1541. 1544.- 1543, lo4o. 
%t4i. Hit, 1647, 1548. 1G4». 1650, 1620 
i 16W. ItJtS, 1523. 1624, rb2£, 1S26 and' 
■ 166*1; : 

■ — ROBERT A. REN WICK, 
' DeputjL. CorumisnuheH; of lianda, ' 
Lands Depart wiunt. Viotiocia, B. C, 
June nth. 1910. .' 




CAWOBi>x.ATiO]r or bxssssts. 




BO' Capt. 



M. ».. Be. 



iiokl nr«: fftsy It rniB. 



f «-*'-''.' house-, goud ' 'gai di'n and fruit 



V FULsT CLA^S e-HOOM 
id fruit 
to Uis-li 



; thoiouxhiy nittutMn and icl(>«« 
,1 anil > ir. .. ' •." 



t?-t-,JOU p!snti.:il hous 



OP iTi 

unit In tfi«i fity, J 
Ikij.- rouhia fiaii jfojid bji«oni«;ntr;---h»*s. 
i •a.i.i In ill brdroom»j the moltl faatUilun* 
v(ouUi be i-lta^cu, within half mire of city 
l:.all.V , . ' : , ' ■ , : _ . ; - , 

(2/» n An Bcvs GOOD •8-RO0M Hocsir 

<rv)»V-'V'7 »ton<- foundatlan: ccnu'nt tloor ; j 
I, mil Bard 111 and,.,.sliSd»' trti-a, on thfi. lust 
i.ari. of oak iiay, avtnUt.- att0U( .»ne-.third 

» .r<~ of land. • ' i 



Edward' ^arktay, 
>-^ ceased. ,■ . - 
All person.^ having claims against the 
estate of Captain Edward Barkliey, R. 
N.."decea serif late of .Wcstholme. B. C... 
are requlrecl ; tb send pariictilars, duly 
verified tliereof to Me^'^s. -freaao & 
Crease. 5*,il Fort Street; Victoria, B. C., 
on. or befoMi the ajat day, or August. 
I»H>. • ■'■a 



; l-^Ol-'FREY I?ARXARUIli«TO.V, 
' . " ' Kxeciiror. 



PROMINENT MEN 

IN BIG CONVENTION 



National' Conservation Congress in §t. 

Paul Next IVIonth lAttractc Many 

Leaders in Political World 



cmmectlon with the hide and leatti' 
Kchedules. Ho\v«vei . tLl« believed t 
aosuitor will InSftrt enough, ginger into 
his speech to make it intoreatimr. / 

"The Xatural Resources Belong to the. 
People" is the subject, to be discussed by 
.lamei It. (turfteld, • former sei/reiary of 
the intertor., "" Mr. 'Ca rfleld Is prepured, 
accoMlng to tept^^p received In 81. Paul, 
to handle this 8ut)i|ect In a Vrt^y to oiako 




NOTICE TO OOKTBACTORS. 

MOALEI) , TIONMKIIS, superscribed 
• I'cndcr for Si.'hool at Ml.ssioti, U. tj.," 
vsjif i<<r recfiii'.ed- by the Honorable .the 
■Minister of Public Works, up to noon of 
Monday, the 22nii August, lalO, for the 

roomer! Umber' fiamcn l s cho ottiouse at 
Mission. ; _^ :_ , 

I'lans, specifications.- contfaetr- and 
forms of tender may l;e seen ' on ami 
after liie 4th day of August, 1910, at the 
offices of the (government ARent, Ncw^ 
Westminster; R. l". Abfoptt, _)Ss(i., ijecre.- 
tary to School Trustees. Mission; J. H. 
Bowman, Ksq., arcliftect, 112 Crown 
Building, Vancouver; and at the l.»e- 
partment of Public Works.v'Vlctoria. 

Kach proposal ' must ■ be acecimparried" 
by an accepted bank Cheque or cerllflj^ 
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable, 
the Minister of Public 'Works for a sum 
ecQi^ivalent to iiL_par-coiU. a£.,JLhe._am.aunt 
of the tender. -whicU 'shall be forfeited 
If -the .parly tendering decline to enter 
into contract when called upon to do so, 
or If he fall to complete the work con* 
traded for. The cheques or certificates, 
of deposit of unsuccessful, tenderers 
will he returned, to them- upon the exe- 
cution -of the contract. 

Tenders' will no t, be considered .Unless 
made out on '.the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual signature of, the ten- 
derer, .firnd. endlpsed i|i tfae v^velopMt 

furniahed. , .'■'.!' 

" The lowest or .any iten4er'n<;»t neoe?"- 
sarily accepted. 

y. C. G-AMBLE., 
Public. Works Engineer. 

IMihlic Works Department, - 

Victoria B. C..'2nd August, 1810, 



ST. PAiru. Mtun- Aug. 12— ?•! know 
of no public question that ooulti bring so U InterestUjg , ^ 

teany repr.psentattve men together In n I'rancis .I. Hesney, who fought the lan« 



DISSOLUTION OF PART 
NERSHIP 



___^ TAK^ KOTtt^E that thf* partneranip 

' ,irii I lan/io p nr\ ' I Tri 1 heretofore exlstins between Frederick 
A. VVlLLiAmO & LU.. LIU, iJeufn? afid Philip Jeune, trading as sail 
'.MX Vsir* .*iren. Pbe«« J»»a. j and tent ma.kers under the firm name of 

F. Jene and Rfo-ther, at No. 57" .Joiinson^ 



'^0 



•RE;S FACiKO ^S< — MAIS HOAD, 
. ftR AitUa frata dty. .y*ry. ,cheaj>. 



20 



LOTS AT J^'SO PKR UQT, ^tOR, ©BY. 
riui. vl»;.iv, K09d land. 



repr.psentatlve itjep- together 
r^afiri 41,-. ini^ A^.» ^f T..1-. 1 r» «ain convention as that of conservation." said 
!i'i'^'_l^*-5£Ei^ '*'^""'' ■*• '^^ ^^4^11nmas R. Shlpp: secretory. In apeakhiB 

.oiL.thc coming congress tohe^ held In S^- 
Paul Septemt)er 6, *, 7V 8, ^. . 

"A iflanoe at the Hat of «peak*»^s Is 
sufficient to show that the country's 
best men are behind thhr-mortmrent; anil 
I have no dotrbt tl,te-seeontt^eonKress Is 
golna.to set a' pace that will be hard to 
follow in futur^." 

The list of aiieakera to -wHirti ^e'cre^ 
ta'ry Shipp refers contains such names aii 
William II, Tai't. pre.«ildenf ,of the 
Cn.tteii •States, "Sheodore f^oos-^yelt. for- 
mer prei}<ldent of the United States; Otf- 
ford Plnchot,. Senators Leverldge, l>onj- 
ver and Nelson, and such representative 
men »s James J. Hl.ll. V.'allace D. Slni- 
inou.s (tnd Jarhes R. GaffieTd. 



Ok;Vt:.\TV ACRES, WITH GOOD 

taife. mnlile 4nd ohlekoti house 
».vcn nillfa from city. Kopd roads, «ood wat 
nif. Iniatloii. ib-ap S4.0ftO. 



OF SO^L. 

house .-iniV 
oulbulldlnss. fon5W".-rable stock, four mll^s 
iron, fcity. Jl-i.tfOO, itood terms. __ 



-I.-<ARM — 14 ACRE.S. FIKBST 
X' cleared, undrr' crop. ' good 



Street. Vkn been- dissolved, by mutual 
^04i«en4.-aa-i?r<wn»;-the.-4«-tht .■day. of- J:ane, 
rsTO. thJB said Philip Jeune retiring 
fi'om the firm. 

, AH ilablMties cif the Arm will bfe met 
Q„lj. 1 by F. Jeune who Is continuing the busi- 
ness and all moneys' pwlng to the late 
firm are to be paid to the.safd V. Jeune. 
. t>ated this 35tlv4ayof Jul v. 1910. 

F. JEUXE. 

P. JEUNK. 



COT- 



mmRTESN ACRE.^. FINE SOIL, NEARLf 
jL all clcarijd. ulce new house., gnod tmt- 
I ui'.dlnjf*, lood iJrchard, a bargain Al »S,6()0, 



THE CAPITAL CITY REAtTY 

■__:. ;co.«rANV. • . ■■,;'l ' ■■ ; 

Urnl L<dnie Financial and Jn»urai»C<| Age*t» 
fhone --'182 018 Vatea slreSt- 

9 .... —— '.,'■■•' 

rpWKLVE BEAt TlFLL LOTS, ALL 
-I hUh and" dry, close to Douglas, cat 
lino; price $4,000; quartrr cash, balance 
til KUlt. Lota aroiind this dlairlct acllInK, 
frriiii $500 to $«00 caf U. Jnvfstlsate. 



NOTICE 



li 


RAHAM 


StREET, LOT 


52»t80i 


loVftl 


and high; excellent 


view 


. I-rlctr 


tSSS: 


on 


Arrmt. 








■ , 



\ \ 'ANTED — FIVK-BOOM 
>> jamVe fi*y(Oh«rJit«- 



GOTTAQE IN 



C. ARTHUR REA ' ":^ 

P»al Estatn. Insurance. .Money to Lealfc Sit* 
Phone 162). Law ChSmbers Bastion St 

T.-^ABy LANpS—LMF-ROVEp, WILL EX- 
J- change goud farms In Manitoba for 
city properly. ffcvcral Victoria' homea- lor' 
sale at reaaonabU prices and term* . 



E.HENDERSON <& CO • 

K'Mc.tiT UI..1 K, lloiMM One-, Tit \;i{<ft Street 

1 i'\i\ A'V. i;s''''F"nriri-n"i:,AND IN ch<" , 

1')'' vail of XIantioba, luii ' i ' church •■ 1 
i>h.io:, one tnlle from town; price $20 a]cru. 

^Vii] < X' hanitf ,f<i.!,^.(*t,l.,v property. • ''"-' 

icTi-fiE AND xwa J..OJ.H i vmx 

-st'r'''>t; fnilt tr'-'-!i and all 'OJi-, 

■"Citaleacea^ v. . . ■ rf.dii' •: tl ' in ](.■« If 



In the Estate nf Thf>nias H. Towers, 
>lato of Viotorifii, British Columbia, 
lbeceas€Kl. Inte»tate, ; ' 

All persons having cjal^tt-agaiflSt, the 
''d<it?«sa.«ied are requested to s'ehdijj'^ijgj'tic- 
*i!ars thV>r?of, ;dul>f:i^vorifitid ■ to the, uh- 
dersJKn<?(,1 <yn ftr before the) ist day of 
Sepieiinher\ l»lo", af'fer which date the 
afdmlnlatratrlx-wlll proceed to distribute 
the a»se<;8 «jf' the deceased among tlie 
persons .ehtltled thereto havlivK regard 
only^tp tho clalma of which she then 
i^has notice,, 

t>ated thta 29th.a«y of Jaly, 1910. 
OLIVE M. TOWEJRS, 

651 Belton Aye.. \'i<?tOrla< West, 

Vl,ct<9rla,,JJ. C, 
Administratrix,. 



r 




NOTICE. 

The- public of British Columbia and 
vislt-ora Sriq corrtiaill.y ih^Ttcct-taLnTeat^Th^^ 
jiliht Honorftbia Sir tVllWd iJatirlcr. 
0.-C,"'M, O.. PC., i*r<<mJor of Canada, 

iiJiAn.,.ta ha .tt'hrtflrwlJjajt 



.There has been, a l^it of talk about 
politics In connection with the con- 
gre8.<. That there will be in St. P««l-at 
that lime ii^ember.s of the Cnlted States 
sonista, members. of the hriuse, goventora 
of many states and mayors of many 
cities. Is sufficient cause to say thrtt 
tl)e?'e will he some politicals otv^he side, 
but It Is the intention of the officers of 
the congress to keep poTTtlcs oat of the 
proceedings ais far. as possible. 

Insurgency' ft pretty well represented 
oil the programme with Plnchot. Gar- 
field and Senators Beveridge and Dolli- 
ver as speakers. This in Itself Is a re- 
futation of the statements that have 
tretm made concerning President TaTf^ 
toinnectlon with the progr;imme. • It ' is 
said that the. president Insisted upl*!! 
ceriahi;-Trh!UigeB being matia before he 
would agree to sp^ak. 

When ainiVernor Eb^rhart returned to 
St. Paul after, hctjtiing the committee 
which visited the president at" Beverly 
and tendei;ed t,he invitation, he said the 
president did not even ask ti) see the 
pi offramme and n)ade np ' auggestlons 
whatever concerning it. 

The programme will not be given out 
fcfr a few days, bmt It Is known that 
Senat'or Dolllver will talk , oii "Cnttle, 
"Food, and Leather." Buch a subject na- 
■ itiraUy gives the »en.«tf)r a chance to any 
something <m the Payne-Aldrlcti tariff 
law, but'lt ta said on gi>od authority that 
lie will not take the oppdrtunlty of do- 
ing so. Tho blji fight made by Henntor 
Dolllver on the tariff bill was chlefly^.in 

l iiiii HM iii l iilii ' ii r ii t i V ii ' i lM i I iirn i ' i ' ii im il ' rl i i t/n 



the premier and~rri(.nihers of the execu- 
tive counol.I iif thp government of Brit- 
ish Columbia', in thf P aillftiiient 'Bii ilcl- 
Inks. V krt.f»t4«7- on-^^, WisiTi^^ 

instn'ttt n\ 1) p. m. . 



Pro<lnclBl .Mecl-etary. 

iill> ' "itt i 6ill»»N H ii ■-...■■ — *-'.,iW«>..^ w ...tii '' Q is iis Tt i ■ U'H iMiJa.Sii iia 

WTICE ,' - . .. 



tak"n on 



"Tj^ocr' L-OTfi, IN" xEw rrrn.sjoN, close 

X' 'i ll an d n'-ar high acbool; aX iXhd esch. 



l,n: 



THE GLOBE REA! TY CO. 

Room 7, M»hoii I);:, 




>KOli'ICMlaJijete}iy given that an ordl- 
iiarv ffe.n<>rnl. meetliiie; of' the* sharehqld- 
• rs *>f the Vancnuv<-r r,>*lAnd P.tiwer. Cph't 
t>tmy-.-l/lP'Vh-'|,,Avi4i-4«^-lte4ii-on Ttiosdaiyi 
the thirtleih day of ' August, J !) 10, at 
11 o'trlocl; fori-ui'ion, at the ciTflCc at. 
i'-r Ui.si; - riilii mblH'. Electr ic Rstlway 
iv. I.lin.jle'l.' "N'o. "■" rfrrifi I'^M'i 

Ii't;,!. B.C., for tlie piirpos.; 

Ill office, the present di- 

Miiii;' in th(rir , iiiiml>e?- 

, ri\liii^. '' ir Ihoilgl;! 

, . 1 ( n r- .'i r- 1 i ii.-i rv in < i.'l 



\' 



frauds In the w^t. is going to talk t^bout 
"Safegijardlng the Public ^lomain. " It 
Is doubtful If a person mor<>'-coinpeteut' 
to itandle such »' subjaot could be found. 

The subject 'slven to Jameif J .11111. 
chialrman oT the C.I-eat^NorCherti hoard,' 
Is. "SoHs. Cyops,_ Food and Cl^itng.'' Mr. 
Hill- long has ffi ven rtiucfi thought' to the 
foitill/.utlon of soils, awrf he has been 
li^ljplng th«^armer in this respect for 
.y«a«»;-=-;-..-.' .;.'.'^J«^ " 

Thomas L LewLf. president" of the 
United Mine \V.»rkeT*- of Annerlca.. the 
grenlest labor union In the United States, 
ift grdng to talk on the subject. j'Are Wc 
Mining Intelllgeritly?" It is pot known 
what. the silb^tect of Mr. Plnchol's addrej«s 
wlti.bc, anf) .Senators ' Beveridge and 
Cummins have not i«.ld on whrit spb- 
Jects they will talk . t>the'r s pea kej-s be- 
sides the president aiia former preslden 
are: 

OuuM'iior Eherhsrl. Minnesota; Go 
amor . Stu bb;< Kans as^; Herbert Knox 
Smrrih, coinmlKsJoner of corporal Ions., 
Senator Joseph M.^ lilxo.rt". Moritahu; Ar- 
thur Radc I jTfe t>UghiQJBgl.^ut.hor, artist, 
vvrlter on nature subjects; and -t\n ejf- 
pen on 'bird life^\V.al£«fr'H:"Paire. editor 
of The Wo rlds \york: Governor Her- 
bert S. Had ley. Mla aourJi Allied L. 
Baker, pj-esident U(e Chicago Chamb^p 
of. Commerce; Henify 'Vyiallace. n.stHii ' l v>ti 
farming and ctuihtry life. Des Moine-.«i, 
'Iowa; Frank M Chapman, cuiaior. 
American Miisetim ofXntttral History; 
Kenalor Moses H >'lapp. Minnesota; Pro- 
fessor Henry H braves. ' United States 
Forester; John Barrett, director, buren.it 
of American Heput.jica: t)r. AV. ,i. McGee; 
bureau of soils, ile'partment of a(lcrl<fui- 
ttire;!Dr. Francis K, McVey, president, 
llnlversity of SotiHi Dakota; Cnpi.' ,1. B. 
WhH*r-H>halrman of the executive pom- 
mittee. National fonsiervncioh Congrosw; 
Dr. George ,,1'. Swalh. HaryamJnfver- 
alt.v; George C. Pardee, former governor 
o< California;, .Vewtow- C. Blancllanl. 
Loulsiania; Wnllace ,D.* Simmons, Hlni- 
nions, Harnv^atd^i:^. iSt.''£<o'uls; Judge 
Ben B. Ijhtdsey, Denv^ir, Col.> F. F. Wes- 
brook, Mlhneaprills: afifi.Mis? M«hel 
Boardmah, president of the Red Cross 
8ooi*ly 



•?»• 



♦ ♦♦■■•■.♦'•■ ,'••..■•■"'♦' *♦* ♦■'♦■♦ ♦ ^'* 



Births Marriages, Deaths^ 



;i^* 




PtlRVBR-r-At JeftTery Male n ljostrttat~ 
Qiipbec, on 2dni Inaf , Worothy Blvai 
iilcHirljt beloved wIte~5f~C.Q. M. S, . . 



year. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments, Tablets. Grariltb 
CoplnKs. etc.. at lowest prices 
.conslsteni. with first class atock 

mfft-nslTrp. '™'-\ ' 

for Yates and Blanchard Sts. 



IMJPORTANT 
"SALE 



OF 



NOTICE 



In the matter of the estate of Blanche 

Ede.late of the City of Victoria, B. C, 

widow. ' • . • 

All pergbfuh having claims against 
the, above estate, tf re requeste.tl to send 
particulars thereO,f \<t' the undersigned.- 1 
on or before Aug.ust 22. 1910;' after 
which datcjhthe executor win proceed, to 
distribute the assess -of . the deceased, 
having regard only ito the claims of 
whlcli hi? lias notice^ • — 
— Dated thia 21»t July* ISIO. 

Victoria. B. C 

GEO. a: MORPHT,^ 

Solicitor tqr I-^xecutor, 



HTLIIS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(E.stabllshed 1808.) 

Capitai and Funds for security^ j[ 
policy holders exceeds$26.00().$^ 

The undcrMlgncU has succeeded to th« 
agency of this comijany- fortnsrly hold 
by the Sluait Uobeitson Company, Ltd., 
and will give promiit attention to all 
communlcallons regarding new business 
or altcialloiiK required on existing poli- 
cies. Please address all comunlcatlong 
to J. G. ELl,IOTT, 

.■jp6*;lal Agent for Vancouver Island. 

12r2 Broad SL. Victoria, B. C. 

r: 'O-rBOr ;<rOO: -.-■«--.--,- - ph^ne 860. 

ZiAITD BEaisTBT ACT. 



Ill l-hf^ matter of au application for a 
duplicate certificate of i,lile tn Lot SI 
of Sublot G9, Fern wood KsLato (Map 
2i;2). Victoria City, 

KOTICF isjiereby gjven^thatjt Is my 
Intention at the expiration of on^^ 
nionih from the date of the first publi- 
cation hereof to issue a dupllculc certl- 
ttcartt-t! — of i t itle — to — said land l.-^HUed t i 
John t>avld Landers on the 31st day of 
October, 1908. ami numbered ISStil C. 

Land llegisU; fUu.-, Vh-ioila, B. C, 
July 23, laio. 

> -J: — J. }•. mcLeod. 

Deputy Rcelstrar General. 



K., V. 



:.:.:_._.__;. JSIOTICE 

Se Capt. Edward Barkley, 
oeaapa, .^,. 

..^All persons iirtvlng claims against the 
eatate of Captain Edward Barkley, R. 
N .7deceased, late of Westholmo; B. C, 
are required to send particular.^, d'uly 
verified thereof to Messrs. Crease & 
Cj-easc, 521 _Fort-^-s.treet, Victoria, B. C, 
on or' beToi-e the 31st day of August, 
1910. 

pated the 30th^, day of .Inly. A. D. 1910 

"(Signed) l 

GEOFFRE'r . BA r;.N'A l;l iL-^TO.V, 

Executor. 




.CAKCi:i.z.Axioi« or a£sz:aiTB. 



', Notice Ls liereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
in special Timber Licences No. 2028S, 
sittiated near Sechclt Inlet, New "West- 
minster' DLsirict, Is cancelled, and that 
the said lands will b.p open for location, 
under the provisions of the Land Act. 
at ml.Unight on October 14." 1910. 
ROBERT A.RENWICK, 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands Dept,, Vlbtoria. July 14, 1910. 



J40TICE 





in the Townsitc of 

■•Coleman, .4!berta 

Situated in Famous 

Crow*s Nest Coal 

Fields 



CAWCXI.1.AT10N or S£S£B,VZ:. 

NOTICE la hereby given that the re- 
I serve existing upon the lands. embr«ce<| 
In special Timber ^Licences Nos.. J89iS2. 
28963 <and 28964. situated In Goldsiream 
District, is cancelled, .and that the tiald 
land.s will be open for location under 
the liirovlslons of the Land Act at mid- 
night On October 14,' 1910. 

ROBERT A. RBNWICK, 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Landls Dept., vyictorja, Jiily 14, 1910. 



• Sfavlgable Waters Protection Act 
IsOTIClS* is hereiiy. jrlven that John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, Brit- 
ish Columbia, is applying to His Excel- 
lency the Governor General of Canada 
In Council for approval of the plans and 
descriptions o f site , of work-< proposed 
, to be constnTcfleorTfy iiim in Victoria 
Harbor Immediately fronting Lot 562.A 
Block 41, Victoria, B, C , and has- dp- 
poslted the said' plans an. I d^fscriptliins 
of site with, the Minister of I'ubllc 
Works »t Ottawa and a duplicate there- 
of with' the Registrar General of Titles 
In the Land Registry -Gftrlce, Victoria, 
B. C. and that the matter of the said 
applfcation will »>e proceeded with at 
the expiration of one . thoiith from the 
lime of the first t»ubllcatloii of this tjo- 
Uce In the "tcana^a Gazette." -< 

Dated this 26th day of July, 1910; ' 

S' W. .H. LANGL'Bt, — 

lit: Government Street, 

Victoria, B. C. 
'Solicitor for Applicant. 

'••WATSK ACT, . 1909." " 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collierres of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



, Beady tint. 

]Prni.,M..i. iiM one.,tiafl'„miJi!; ipyiiv wit 
than Sir Frank l»ockWflt»d. the lawyer, . ,., , ,. 

'^" ---a ta^^--t»*an.'amlrt-■1Wr-■•trm^JtyVl^^y-^-"*^^ 

of Ills *udlentoe-p»Kie called out 
n tht? middle of hia speech': "Ga 
.uimuLLi... ! '.:.'..j. __.^. — _i ~; 




t;len<l Ih miattjkon In applying 
that- tpi'm^^ me," feif Fraiik' quietly 
«ina, ,"^4j'dnghi to claim |t for witn- 
s*lf. for, thmjch he ' cann6t draw nVe 
o1Sl,i think; I^can both see through 
irtm ^^^^tttnt^h-ut- ' h i m iipi'.V.^ - 

On ttfi6iher octMsio^.one of Sir FrsifiU 
IjOGkwood's pollihxl opponents -can***, 



rank quickly r.' 
JoliW>d, ""to greet this gentleman n« a 
member of imy professio n;, but he. rief.-d 
not . proclaim odr al ^drtcomln^B to th<j 

wofj'd." ■ , ■- - . '. ■-*-''^~' —^ -,~-;™==i»i 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & 
Co., of Victoria, having been duly 
instructed by the International 
Coal amlCoke Co., Ltd., will .sell 
by PiHilV ATicTion at VJctoria, 
K. t .Monday and Tuesday, 

tb« -j^th and 20th ■■ Septciriber, 
1910, the remainder- of the com- 

okliiig^ in 
the City of -Cplerniany— Alberta, 
.^^eH4j " M ' ijM pg ' i wa^c Three HuiadiLcd 
eligible Btlsiness and Residential 
Sites... loe^«d Tntiri? Tthrivihg in- 
du s trial cctitrrrr-" ■ 

For fui^thef and full jjarticulars. 
f lafis, TTray/s," .plintographs, etc., 
apply to The Auclionccr, 



TAKE NOTICE that I. Frederick N, 
J>Corlon. of the city qf Vancouver. B'. C. 
lumberman. Intend .to apply to' the Lleu- 
tcnant-Oovernof In Council on Tuesday. 
4 .h e . Uth 4lay of Oot gt>er.- A; -R,— i-9 10, 84,^ 
the hour of 11 o'clo t - k" In th e forenoon, 
or so soon thereafter as tUe application 
call be, hettrtt;' for a final license under 
Part*- -3tr. end XII. of the "Water Act, 
j ':i! >09," to clear and remove obstacles 
, I from Salmon river and Orford bay, an 
NOTICE Is hereby .Htlven -ttraj final! arm Of "'gute Inlet, British Columhia, 
sittings bt the Timbcrr and Forestry | for the -t>urposo- of , making the 'same-fit 



TIMB32R AND FORESTKY 
SION. 

: arinal Bitting 



CQMMZS- 




NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



take: NOTICE that the partnet«hip. 
heretofore subsisting between S. L, Wil- 
son amd J, Kennedy at Victoria, 6. <,'., 
under the st.vle <:** "The 'Victoria Gar- 
ag<*" was dissolved on the 20th' day of 
July.lftlO, and that the^jrald business 
will In the future be carried pn liy S. 
L Wilson, to. whom all oiit^tandlnK ac- 
counts are payable and wlio will be re-. 
sponsible for all UabllUle's: In bunneo- 
tion Vyltb the ~ said -biiiijness. 

SYDNEY L. WILSON, 
• J ,K^NN-BD Y. • • 

Corporaticti of the City 
of Vernon 



_ I particular!? of which undertaking, are 
i filed In the office's of the Chief Com- 
missioner of Lands and .Water Commis- 
sioner at Victoria. * ' 

Dated, this 29th, day of .lulv A. D. 
1910, FREDrt:RrCK N. NORTON'. 



FRSE 



bOitdsb 
merch'aitdisi: of ai.1. kinds 

STOKED AND DISTBlBtJTED 

Duncan's Warehouse 

Wegbtlabls Wnrohouse Uecelpta is- 
■n*a. rurniture aid Househbia, Oooda 
c arafnl ly handled. Stone Baildlaff and 

i libw .Insaralioe.- -^ — ..j-......-,^.-^-: ;.^^ u%.. 



VQV, B. O, 



App1lcatlo,ns will ',ie rcrclvei'T "P ' 
29th August, UilO, by tlif\councjl.tif the 



— , — .-* 



'(■Ily- of Vernon for the position r>t Clerk 
and Treasurer. .Salary lll'l'i pt.i^ inontlv,r|. 
AppllcanTff WTrtr^iJreviouH 'munlclpjilf 
experience preferred. ' _ . -1___._l; 



■■Sill'cL^SRRISGfJSGU 






A, Serious Threat 

TTTf-tr- 



tnakttif 

'(iir'nii! 



' luifor 

. when 

boy, ■ H . 

11 ir of tho 

siiecih he 



NOTICE 



r;«tfii.- of .ii.hn K 

.M lnni-.'i|iii|li<. M.ln.n 



•^.nni oh Rosa Bn 

tfr 7 '>n/vn'"''" '^''' ' 

ijvo /»/vn pi"Ri"HAsr-i.s hk.m rii'i'i. 
•?*)i')'''f room houB", tn Janms \^n\ 

*it • > 1 ~(Tnivf A BKATTIFl'L ml I. : s K 
rp_, l»)i> flvfroomi!. In .frtmt'S Boy,, on 

11 ;.it :ix!n6. ^^ . . ' 

^•TkKAOK, iW all biSTRlCTS! 



Livery Stables 



duly 



Mil I, 



WOOO ATTI) STOVr; "WOOD 
.FOR SALE 



A''- 



R. DAVl:RNt, 1615 Douglas Sf. 

Oi.p.isita City Hall 
-jB>r-PA ▼ B B W gr : '-.7 Tel ST. 



■ I . ■. -- 1.., I, ,. .15 

■!c|ulri(l \n ttoiril ilJli il'iiliiiH tiiiT'-iif, 
\eil(l<'d. i'l thf iinri«rslgn<-d on or, bt-' 

11. r. Kith day f>f Atunsi, 1910, after 

dnli- the unr|r-riilffn»'il jiltorno*- .loi- 
riitnrs of the vplll of said docca^i..! 
■,wii i-roroi'd lo distrlhulp th" - "" '« ■•' 

BHiil drci-ns' d liwoiig till- V' 
ihirrio. having regard onlx 
uf whU'h thi>y thi'n hnjaiL--nojJr^!:. 
r)si<>d this ftth day of August, IJIO. 

THK BRITI.^'IB eOLU.MBlA 
(JOKPt^RATION,. . , ' -.••■■ , ;. < 

i:32 rsi-rr-nrntnrnt «t , Vlrtnrfa, ft 
AUoi r. ,. « 111 fii- I ' ■ Iv. , ' u- 



---'TrTir 

'■■ Bev( -; - iitrohec i 

I he WHS lilt lo "more t 
! won thi- liking Of thf- 

H'jumint littl 
:iirB"»g-^il44>- presentfttlfMi of 
j |i' I llioii liy n de rpg.'itluni whfrsre sphlrr 
iiuiii wii.'^ ■ ln.«!,iiffi''ralil.v lo.'ig-wintli 
land tciiloU.l. The miin tnllu'd to tl 
(^)vprinir nearly un lio'iir, tiiir^h? wlih 
ovpH' (live Hto()(l, To nil li... !i rm< 
that -it wniitd 'iifVef end. 

Wh- i" flnalh 

C.ovM -rttT" ir 

gafC'.xi w.isli.cil .111. i.ii'f.'r a.hi:. fu.cijit'r r<-i\- 
«nm for the grniitlng ofMi'- iwtiti«in 
■reupon Hevfjrldg' 

"U you'^don't gi^.'inf u, (inyt ruur, 
vo'U hay<* -thax sjyeri^fi^li" rcprjilod to 

THl nl I yoil," '--■■ 

Advertise m THt COLONrst 




. Apply stat'tiiK ciualltlcatlnn ahil refer- j- 
ences, to ' ' ' ~" :" i 



n G tate: 



Acting city Clerk, 
Vernon. B. f 



rVuciion Sale 



Phone lec'' 



BBiBi 



535 TnteiT St, 



&^- C, and Prince 
.Rupart, B', C. 



TT^ 



An"no,\'j';F.ns , " ' 
566 AW> 828 YATES STREET 



To Rent 



II 



nii/."ii, Il'»^^",, 

rpo,tn--»e<v and 

lots "I iniifr K'M'ii,i. DKVleB.& Sons, 
Auctionoera, fi(;5 and S28Yateai street. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Under anil.Uy virtue of a landlonls I 
diirtrrss- -w- at; ra ri t r t.- have -tllB, ti ' H li i Rd"'tlig' | 
ioods and chattiidiis, of "the , tenant Con- 
tained In the premises No.- 8 1 Govern-' 
i»*nt. -Bli'eet^.'_cai:i ier nf Js't a g a r a street, 
consisting -of bookcase arid number .of 
valuable book.s, pic-tures, refrigerator, 
RHs stove and fittings, beddiikgr finen, 
«iainaphone, almost new empire t>; • 
■-ii-lfrT, crockery, cooking utchslls, cii 
; den t.oblJ^-.+nianl1t\' liarilwufe, 
I will -offer the-sHine Cor sale 
at public aviction. on the premise.-*, on 
Moni!n>' next, August tf)t.)i, at 2 p. m, 
r Hale cash. , 

F. (;. HK'HAUIlH, 

Kherlff. 
Bailiff for Landlord. 



Fisral Agents lor, the 

Main Reef Mmtnf to. 

The property of this com 
pany adjoiiis that of the 
Stewart Mininjj and Dcvol- 
opmciu C". . .l...„._ .. 



NOTICE 

C.'imprrs ;uiil Pi> i,;i:cr'S ^t: 
not pennittod to land on 
Section o6, Hsqiiim'ialt Dis- 
trici, othcrwi.se known a3 
Roscbaiik, 

June ijlh, loio. 



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yi^TTOlrA DMLY COLONIST 



••t«M"tfay, AuaiM* 1S> ItIA 



Vi.it Our T«« E<i9ini> Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
is the Bdit RifrMhment 
You Can Have. 




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PUMMWi* 




All of Our Chocolatat Aro 
Made on the Premi»et. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 




Bargains for Last Day of tKc Week 

Furniturcr Linen Costumes, Linen Coats, MiisITn Dresses, and 

Whiteweaf at Very Special Savings 



Dinnffer Wagon, To- 
day.$14.50 

Dinner Wagon, in solid oak, 

" .^golden finish, fitted with 2 

plate drawers and 2 shelves. 

Strongly made and in iho 

best finish ^14.50 

Ladies' White Mull 
UndersKirts for 7 5 
cts— Worth $1.25 

This evening you have a splen- 
did opportunity to get a fine 
While Mull Underskirt at an 
exceptional saving. 'rhr-^e 
lia\c six-inch flounce, beau- 
tifully embroidered and 
turked. Regular $1.25. This 
c\-ciiiiig 7 •.30 75^ 

Special Value This 
Evening in Ladies' 
Night Dresses. Reg 
$1.25 for 75 cents 

.\ \crv fine assortment of La- 
dio" l'"i!!c Cambric Night 
Dresses go on sale at extra- 
ordinary .savings. These have 
sleeves beautifully trimmed 
with lace, also neck, with 
yoke of small tiicks. Regu- 
lar value $1.25. This evening 
75c 



Couches at Exceptionally Low 
Prices, Today 

Couches, in different^styles and makes, upholstered 
in .tajjcstry and leather. Frames finished goldni 
oak and Early English Mission sfylc. Tlvese arc 
wiihi.ut exception the biggest bargains placed out 
in our August Sale, $21.00. SiCgoTFTi-Oo, $14 5" 
and ^12.90 

See Government St. Windows for these Marvelous 

Values 



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Extension Table at $7.90 



Extension Diniijg Table, in (juarter 
cut surfaced oak, gcldrn finish.. 5 
massive legs, mounted oa bcit 
metal castors. This..table should 
be viewed t<') appreciate ilie many 

-. bargains we offer in this grade oi 
furniture. The display in our 
Government St. windows will con- 
vince you that the feducfions are 
genuine. This ~©itling--Table is 
fi ir special sale today , . . . . ^7.90 



Buffet, Today, at $23.90 




Buffet in solid quarter cut oak. highly finished m golden, litted with 
plate and linen drawers and full length cupboard, bevelled plate mir- 
■ ' ' Thi^ i-^ a splenTlid-piece i4' furniture, and at the price 

.atgam ... .T. ^^^^ 5^33^0 

See Government St. Windows—. 



ror anhc back, 
is a wonderful 



Extra Fine Buffet, Saturday, at $27-50 



at 7 :30 













Ladies' Handker- 
chiefs, Slightly 
Damaged, each, 5c 

Oddments of Lawn and Linen , 
Handkerchiefs that arc 
slightly damaged go on sale 
tonight; at 7:30. These are 
just the thing fnr personal 
use. Tliey are prettily em- 
broidered and '/.;in. hem- 
stitched edges. There are 
- — only 250 in the lot. Tonight 
at 7:30; Quick Sale I'rice, 
each ...... 5<? 



Barga ins Which 
Will Interest Every 
Man, in the Men's 
Furnishing D ept. 

Men's Medium Weight Natural 
Merino Shirts and Drawers, 
best quality and make. Sno- 
cial, per garment .. 50<* 

Men's B-laek Gotton Sox, well 
made, fast dye, anH good 
weight. Special, per pair, 
ar j-."/j^ 

Men's Strong Working Shirts, 
^gg-'-ni ce ] [)at t c- 1 n -^ , browns, 
'" and greens. Special 50^ 

" Meh'^s biatmg SWrts, ' cTealii 

grouiid with i)retty colored 
stripes. All sizes. Special 
at ,.-. ......75^ 

Men's Print Shirts, sizes 15 to 
17, pretty patterns, in stripes. 
Special .' ' 50^ 

Men's Silk Neckties, an itii 
nicii'^e varictv to select from. 
. VaJttc .,=;qc,.. "Special .'...2r><^ 

Men's Wash Ties, in white and 
stripes. Special 12,'/2^ 



CLEARANCE LADIES' S OILED BLOUSES TONIGHT 

Reg. Vai. from $1.50 up to $5.00 for $1.00 

Tonight, aTTiSO, we will clear out every Soiled Blbusrin the store. We have gone.through every table, and 
gathered together all Blouses that are in any way soiled. • These include a variety^ o! very fascinating styles, 

some splendidly-tailored effects, others with beautiful embroidered fronts. \u. many cases, the values are up 

to $5.00, but, principally, they are $2.50 qualities, although you may find one or so which: ^1 QQ 
were marked at $1.50. However, be here sharp on time tonight at 7.30, and select one. Price H' • 

Extra Special This Ev'n g, 7.30^ 16 Linen Coats, value to $9.00, 27 Beautifu l Muslin Dresses, xeg. 
50, only, Fine Linen Coats and sKirts. value j to Clear This Evening at $2.50 $4.75, This Evening,~ir$2.50 

to $9.00, to Clear at $2.50 • — — 



Just think what this ipeans-— $2.50 for aJ-finen Cos- 

*tume, in nearly any .shade desired, which ordinarily 

you would pay $9.00 for. They are made of a fine 

strong linen" in all colors. Extra Special tonight 

...; ?2.50 



at 



Thet*.id i>lentjr of tinic y«t tor tte use of oneist^ttiese 
": ejoaete. i^^xrthink notjrHnwIil pay you to purchase 
for next season, as you will never'get a coat of such 
good quality at siich low figures •A^'d.m. v These are 
in shades of old i-ose, black and white check. Regu- 
lar values to $9.06 for • .$2.50 



B oys' Two-P iece NorfolR 
Suits at $2.50 

'I'here is not another suit made that looks 
so well ' wo-piecci Nor- 

■ folk. Tiu_v au; ii' : sm.-irt '" .'"•- 

pearance. Today 1" bin, 

these fine suits at a \ 

■ deed. They are in'iv..^ ,-i_\n,-. wii.i 
l)l;iin <>T knickerbocker pants. .5^2.50 j 



Clearing OujL_AiL_Menj , Saturday Clearance 

of All Odd Lines 



Straw Hats at Half Price 



Buffet in solid oak, quarter cut. Karly English ]\TKSsion style, fitted with 
three plate drawers, full length linen, three cupboards. T he centre one 
has convex .shaped glass- -top-,- shafffd bow from, ^^"1', l'^^^»^"^' P'^'^ 
jnirror at the back. Special bargain, August Sale I'rice, 1 oday $37.50 

New Line of BooRs 
Just Arrived 

Ethics of Proerc'^';, bv l')a!e. 

I'rice ,,.'.$1.50 

Counsels by the Way, by Van- 
dyke . . .... . . . . . ..$1.00 

Religious Valtw of the Uld 

Testamenty-^^— ^ y Vernon. 

Price . . . . . ■; . ; .-.'n^ ..$1.00 
From Passion tQ Peace, by .\\- 

icn «•••»« »■ * • *.» •' • '• •>• • .• ^i'^'^ 
Faith iW<$H«a|tlii bjr Brown. 

Price: .'.,.»■,,'*».*; ..$1.25 
Seeking After Qod, by Abbott. 

Price .' .,......$1.25 

Punishment and Reformation, 

by Wines i,»..* «...$1.75 
Peace, Power, afriCPlenty, by 

Madden ....; ^ ., .. . .$1.25 
He Can Who Thinks He Can, 

by Harden ...$1.25 

Every Man a King, by Mar- 

Qcn • tV,"*-* •■9'" •*'..... ...tpJ-.^iLj 

The Theology Of Civilization. 
. by Dole . . , ."; . ,.m. . 75^ 

The Durable , SatiiifaGtiohs of 

_ Life; by EUiot $1.25 

Paths to the Heights, bv Leav- 

itt ...... '$1.00 

The Winning of ' Immortality, 

b)^Palmer 

In TUne with the Infinite bv 
Trine^ . ..^. ....,$1.25 

What Air the World's A- See k- 
ing, by Trine $1.00 

The Masters of Friendship, by 
•- Miller' vvVtv-U,. . . 60^' 

,E€ttnB"fny, by Mard^n .... 

Hope of -^mortality, by Dole. 

85^ 
85^ 
85^ 
85^ 

85^' 




^.50-certainly goes a long ia:ay--this evening in our 
Mantle Department: Special value, indeed can be 
had in beautiful Musiin Dres-ses. These are ;n a 
number '-y pretty styles, and at this price will 

certai-. piickly tonight at ^^•^-.-... .... -$2.50 



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In ord^r to make quick work .today in 
' clea'rino; out all our Men's Straw Hats, 
\', marked them down' to just cx- 

aui_v iidlf-price. These, are in boater 
and'crush shapes, and are excellent val- 
ue. Better > '■ -. ' ^ i. i ^ ' ■ --e=' 
lialf-Pricc. 



of Suits for Men at 



Children's Rompers, Reg, ^^y^ ^nd Youths' Long 



50c, Today, 25c 



indeed for mothers to- 
il ih(-\- vv'Hii'' 'ir- 
'i'iicsc ai-e' 
, HI blue 
^K . TrxJa V 2r>0 



.■\ splendid ch.Tni 
s;ivr pi - i ' ■ 
<iin.'iiily pay lor Romper 
made of-- stronti; crinp-li. 
checks. Regular y;\\\\r - 

Early English Dining 
fable at $23J5 

ExtensiLQn..Dining Table built of solid oak 
finished in Early EnglishMission stylc^ 
I'edcstal-deHtgiT, "^vith leaves, when ex- 
tended gives the table a length of 8 
feet. Tlii- li.'i 1 >mparison' in V'Lc 
toria and i-- a genuine bnr.cfnin. 
toda V $ JS.-J. <■ » 



Pant s , reg. v al. $1.50 to 
~"$2.00, Toda y, $1.00 

Splendid value' canije had todayin Boys' 
and \' .ntli'^' Tnw"Pants. Oire" dollar 

\v,,:iM !i,iili\ \-\\y t!:.' 111.11 irial 1 hat they 
;irc iiM.lc wi, yet today we an .dfcrini;- 
Ictjlinn ;it, f)er paii'. .$1.00 



\ . Ill ;i i nil' -elc 



Men's Shoes, Special Val. : 

All men cnn wear good sTiocs cspccrany" 
when ' ■'•: ' xamine-this I'l I nclndcd are 
the very latest styles in all shapes and 
.sizes, lie-tter come in and look theiu- 
(i,\er. Priced at . . ; .$2.45 

Tonight, 7^30,jClearing^^ 

To^iTglit will certainly see a big crowd at the staple department taking advantage 
7.f thi,^ offer, it im ludes .sheetings, damaT^ks, flannelettes, prints, musline, ginghams 
also a very fine line of cmliroidcrcd-muslijl appUque and embmidrrpd linen finish 
squares and runners. 'Reg. $r.oo'for'7.'Tr^f i^-VTrT' • 50<^ 





After- the tremendous selling of J"''"-'- 

Men's Suits during our July-^ *^-— 
Satl^; W tkd^QilCSelvcs with 
' many odd, Unea left, whicli 
must be cleared out. Iri-or- 



^ef-tpt-ado this we have tnark- 

§iasers. They'are ttiade of 



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Tv 



And 'worsteds, in 



,1U- ... : '-■' ' "■'■-" Tf 

\ , ill iai<l' ' aic t' . i;i' ■, .iii, you 

\y-\\ ^,!\ It i> ,1 , : ' .t; 'largain. 
Today to ^clear at . : . .$0.75 




Lohengrin, by Wagner . 

Walkure, by Wagner . . . 

Tannhauser,-43y W'^agner, 

Rheingold, by Wagner , 

Parsifal, by Wagner . , . 

Mind Power and Privileges, by 
Olston .,.$1.50 

Christianity, by Peake $1.50 

Watgrman's Fam» 
ous Fountain Pens 



FficH~ff6iSr$2:50 
to $6» each 

Our stock "affd"; assortment of 
Waterman's . famous Foun- 
tain Pens is complete in every 
detail. Every one reliable in 
every way. ' Pricqd up 
f r qrn_. . . . . ." $2.50 

Early English Din- 
ing Suite at $38.5a 

Early English Dining Suite, 
comprisi'Ug- .five side, one 
arm built, of solid oak, in 
Mission style. Seats uphols- 
terrd-rrr-first qtia^lity cowhide 
leather. These are magnifi- 
cent chairs and a great bar- 
.ijain at this price. Special 
..$38.50 



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